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The sandbox project is open to participation from other ad tech firms who can join in through an online forum, the Worldwide Web Consortium.
While training the states on how to use Tiberius, Operation Warp Speed entered those inflated estimates into a “sandbox” version of the software so states could model different distribution strategies for planning purposes.
In Jamaica they call it the sandbox-tree, because they get the pretty, fluted seed cases, and make sand-boxes of them.
Terrence shouted and hit the dirt behind a sandbox in the schoolyard as the Rumi resumed firing.
Its barrenness was formerly much exaggerated, when it was popularly described as the “sandbox of the Holy Roman Empire.”
The small pedestal-mounted sandbox was used on several Cumberland Valley engines including the Pioneer.
The sandbox was that on which a fire might be lighted at sea if need were, but none had been used on it as yet.
A SEA QUEEN'S SAILINGCHARLES WHISTLER
We may suppose that Steele called for pens and paper and a sandbox, and took a table in one of White's forward windows.
HINTS TO PILGRIMSCHARLES STEPHEN BROOKS
The sandbox-tree is one of the most beautiful growths of West Indian forests.
The seeds of the sandbox (Hura crepitans) when bruised, operate powerfully as emetico-cathartic.

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