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A second round of more than 30 grants is in the works, representing over $2 million more.
Heliocene represents the moment when another life form figured out a way to tap into the potential of the sun, and adopts a name for our epoch that better centers humans within the spheres that hold us.
The suit was filed by the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press attorneys, who are representing the Blade in the case.
He said the city manager invited him to be on a review panel in October to represent the LGBTQ community in Oceanside but hasn’t heard back on details.
Each column represents a different castle, while each row is a strategy, with the strongest performers on top and the weakest on the bottom.
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Each draw represents a simulated point total for the GOP candidate.
In April, during the height of the stay-at-home orders, telehealth represented 40-50% of Zocdoc’s bookings which was a “very dramatic change in our business,” said Fine, adding that in January telehealth represented “close to zero” of its bookings.
Our own internal worlds are what we represent and think about the external world.
Nonetheless, there are good reasons to doubt that GPT-3 represents the meaning of the words it uses in a way that is functionally similar to humans’ word representations.
Nord Stream 2 represents the expansion of an existing Russia-to-Germany gas system called—you guessed it—Nord Stream.

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