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This flood of new talent also arrives in the middle of an ongoing debate — roiling just outside the industry’s gates — about whether these exclusionary practices harm innovation.
GEN Z WOMEN ARE BREAKING INTO THE VENTURE CAPITAL BOY’S CLUBNITASHA TIKUAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
In Congo, you can spend a night on the summit of Mount Nyiragongo and peer down into a roiling molten cauldron, among the most spectacular lava lakes on Earth.
IN EAST AFRICA, MOUNTAIN GORILLAS AND A NEW PARADIGM FOR WILDLIFE TRAVELHENRY WISMAYERAPRIL 23, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Made by History will make clear, however, that many of the debates roiling society today are the same struggles that we’ve had throughout American history.
WELCOME TO MADE BY HISTORYBRIAN ROSENWALD, CARLY GOODMAN, KATHRYN BROWNELLAPRIL 21, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The internal fight is roiling tensions on the board that manages the Water Authority, which is made up of representatives from 24 smaller water authorities within San Diego County.
MORNING REPORT: SAN DIEGO MISSED THE SIGNS IN SPORTS ARENA DEALVOICE OF SAN DIEGOAPRIL 14, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Though the problem has roiled San Diego and Tijuana for decades, county officials had previously not taken this step.
MORNING REPORT: VACANCY TAX DÉJÀ VUVOICE OF SAN DIEGOFEBRUARY 11, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
So saying, he drew a thick roil of documents from beneath his pillow, and placed it in his son's hands.
THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE, VOL. II (OF II)CHARLES JAMES LEVER
The house being near the head, there will not water enough get into the spring, in any storm, to roil the water.
SOIL CULTUREJ. H. WALDEN
He said boast an roil, an he meant roast an boil em, didnt he?
THE BOBBSEY TWINS AT CEDAR CAMPLAURA LEE HOPE
There we should find the slanderous Blacow, and at the head of the muster-roil might be placed Slop.
PAMPHLETS AND PARODIES ON POLITICAL SUBJECTSWILLIAM HONE
I know you told me not to roil round and so forth, but I knew you didn't mean it.
THE LITTLE WARRIORP. G. WODEHOUSE
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