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That’s because the service, like most social media apps, slices and dices user data to better understand what users want.
Ethiopia’s planned opening up of the country’s telecommunications sector had international companies jostling to be among the first to get a slice of a largely untapped industry in Africa’s fastest growing economy.
Quantum physics prohibits any slice of time smaller than about 10-43 seconds, a period known as the Planck time.
The city of San Diego has a small slice of the district and Democratic candidate Kenya Taylor got 27 percent of the vote.
So what we need to do is we need to join every other industrialized country in the world and pass a value-added tax which would give the public a slice, a sliver of every Amazon transaction, every Google search.
Well, the pudding moment arrived, and a huge slice almost obscured from sight the plate before us.
"Take some melon, Mr. Mudge," said we, as with a sudden bolt we recovered our speech and took another slice ourself.
Ethel found a small boy looking ready to cry at an untouched slice of beef.
THE DAISY CHAINCHARLOTTE YONGE
She even noticed one little thief that darted in and pecked shamelessly at her own slice.
Paul went on talking in a quiet, low tone, while Digby was munching a thick slice of bread-and-butter.
DIGBY HEATHCOTEW.H.G. KINGSTON

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