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After all, wearOS has been around for a while and received plenty of updates, but still has its share of shortcomings.
FITBIT SENSE REVIEWBRIAN HEATERSEPTEMBER 24, 2020TECHCRUNCH
As a result, many advertisers that had been guaranteed to reach the usual number of people will likely be owed so-called “make-goods,” in which the networks run an advertiser’s ads to make up for the delivery shortcoming.
Stacey Hronowski and Artem Pasyechnyk founded the company after identifying a shortcoming in Metrc.
Among the PPP program’s many shortcomings was its failure to reach businesses owned by women and people of color, with enormous sums of money instead being directed to franchise locations of national chain restaurants.
Recognizing this shortcoming, last year, we collected data on our staff, board, readers, events, podcast guests and stories to get a comprehensive idea of how well we reflected the region.
Then he can only look his love and loyalty, wistfully, as if he felt his own shortcoming in the matter of speech.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON
It came to that at last, that I could not bear to speak to him of any shortcoming as to one of his own clergymen.
Their discretion was regarded 'as a certain cure for every shortcoming of the law and every evil arising out of it.'
Still, no hesitation or serious shortcoming appeared in their fulfilment of duties.
But it must be allowed that democracy stood for a great deal in our shortcoming.

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