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The shortcomings of centrally planned economies are well documented, and governments are usually not very good at innovation.
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These advancements also speak to the shortcomings of search engines in their current state, as well as the direction that Google is taking in order to address them.
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The novelty of an always-on digital assistant that users could beckon with their voice was enough to offset the audio shortcomings inherent to small speakers with sound fields that spread out in every direction.
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Blending PPC and SEO not only generates stronger results but also balances out their respective shortcomings, offering marketers the best chance of success in the new ever-changing normal.
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But I like that kind of work—studying people, their individualities, their shortcomings, their accomplishments.
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Once so serenely convinced of her superiority, Leam was now as suspicious of her shortcomings, and was soon abashed.
It formed no part of her plan to be drawn into a discussion respecting the defects and shortcomings of Algernon's wife.
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I thank you many times for the picture, which is a monstrous good picture, whatever its shortcomings as a portrait may be.
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