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Others may seize on a crisis, innovating quickly and successfully under pressure in ways that propel growth over the long term.
It’s on Page 24 that Winspear tells us about the lifelong fears that first seized her in childhood.
At one point, he seized on the water leak in Atlanta as evidence of something sinister.
On the first run, 1717B seized and spun and put the blocks in the wrong spot.
That means the next mayor could be someone who seizes a relatively small percentage of the vote.
Over and over, he assured audiences that Mexico really was paying for his border barrier, even as he bypassed Congress and seized billions of dollars from military construction contracts to fund the wall.
Despite the risks of speaking out, Dalit engineers and their allies have seized on the discussion around historic racism to share their individual observations and experiences about workplace discrimination.
Facebook skeptics from every corner have seized on the oversight effort, calling it a charade and arguing that it doesn’t have as much power as Facebook would like people to think.
Brands now have an unprecedented opportunity to seize the cultural moment, building relevance and favorability with an army of fans — all while connecting them with the events that matter most in their lives.
In these next four years, we will have to work quickly either to seize the moment or to defend every right and liberty LGBTQ leaders have fought for over the past decades.

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