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Kriuchkov’s trip around the world makes his scheme uniquely risky—and potentially rewarding—compared with more common remote attacks.
Uber, Lyft, Deliveroo, and other platforms could not exist without algorithms allocating, monitoring, evaluating, and rewarding work.
She has been working on ultrasound simulators since 2010, and it’s been her most rewarding work, she says.
If you’ve tried purchasing clothes in-store lately, it can be a stressful and not at all rewarding experience.
We think we should actually be rewarding scholars for attempting to replicate.
This was one of the things that sparked my interest in genomics, because when he was born, it was very, very tough, and— rewarding, looking after someone like that, but very, very tough.
Directors in most cases receive no compensation though the practice is growing of rewarding them.
Or else, rendering the pride of Jacob means rewarding, that is, punishing Ninive for the pride they exercised against Jacob.
At this moment Anna would have said, "is not this rewarding farmer Wood for his malevolence to my uncle and me?"
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These persons have charge also of the hunters, and have the power of rewarding or punishing those who merit either.

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