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In some cases, companies have alerted Cfius to a rival’s connections with foreign investors, said startup executives and lawyers.
Heading into Friday night, no division leader enjoys more than a one-point cushion over its nearest rival and the fifth-place team in each division is no more than one point out of a potential playoff spot.
It called on scientists and researchers from around the world, including collaborations between rival countries in the middle of the Cold War.
Residents under 40 continued to drive the bulk of the infections, and those above 70 still accounted for the vast majority of deaths — an average of 58 a day in December, which rivaled May as the deadliest month.
Still, it’s striking that South Dakota, a relatively rural state, has death and illness rates that rival the numbers of much more densely populated states.
Today, Apple offers its entertainment apps like Apple Music and Apple TV on other platforms, including Android, and has launched Apple TV on its media player rival, Amazon Fire TV, among others.
The demands of the Covid-19 pandemic, however, have turned rival companies into manufacturing allies.
At Sam’s Club, she focused on pushing the brand into e-commerce and targeting a more affluent shopper, but struggled to catch up to bigger rival Costco.
The two men were old rivals, and Stanton poured glasses of whiskey as they talked.
The pressure on Wine, by far the best known of Museveni’s rivals, has intensified as the election drew closer.

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