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Congratulations to Jane Fraser on smashing Wall Street’s glass ceiling.
Although Apple Watch is not, perhaps, a smash hit on the scale of the iPhone or the iPod, it’s by far the best-selling smartwatch in the world.
When the series debuted in the UK in 2011 and became a smash hit, it paved the way for it to become an international sensation and therefore create many copycats.
When you find your parked car, you notice the smashed taillight.
THE FIRST MURDERKATIE MCLEANAUGUST 19, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
While conventional nuclear power plants generate energy by splitting atoms, nuclear fusion involves smashing two atoms together.
After all, these often involve a smash-and-grab attempt to snatch a customer who intends to purchase from a competitor.
When the season shut down, OKC was on pace to smash its preseason over-under by 19 wins.
The robotic arms can figure out how much pressure is needed to apply to a particular object, which is helpful so they don’t smash a spongy material like bread when they grip it.
That includes a grinding in the gizzard, an organ in which stones smash the duck’s food.
Newsrooms have lost over 11,000 jobs through the first half of 2020, on pace to smash the record 14,000 newsroom job losses posted in 2008, according to research conducted by outplacement firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas.

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