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In fact, the opposite can be the case — which means that proponents of a financial transactions tax are seizing on the GameStop saga.
Policymakers may be able to seize this moment as an opportunity to push new legislation and invest in developing EV technology.
With extremist groups already looking to seize the moment, Q believers are facing at least three major paths.
A new generation of change-makers has seized upon the idea in ways unimaginable in 1987.
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After multiple weeks of quarantining and frequent testing, Chandler seized that opportunity with a game-high 26 points in Monday’s win.
Houston seized on the results to overhaul Dropbox’s entire work structure, encouraging remote work for focused tasks and office work for collaboration.
So they let Ehmke leave, after photographing him and the window and seizing his driver’s license and advising him they would seek a warrant for his arrest.
It’s up to all of us—from business veterans to those just entering the workforce—to seize the opportunity.
The Federalists seized on it as a way to attack the new administration.
I had nothing indicating we would have a large mob seize the Capitol.

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