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He also solidified his claim as one of the game’s all-time greatest players.
The wireless industry has been awaiting this event for more than a year, and as the giveaways suggest, each carrier is eager to use the moment to win or at least solidify its customer base.
Some psychologists have even found that it can help solidify memories, much like sleep does.
The exclusive deal with Apple has helped solidify its monopoly by preventing competitors from reaching consumers, the paper argued.
This year, Google solidified the growth intentions behind its newly minted trust layer, with the launch of Google Screened for Professional Services providers.
While Biden appears to be solidifying his lead in the Land of 10,000 Lakes, data shows the president may have growing momentum with Granite State voters.
Then I realized that the wine had frozen solid and had pushed the cork out by its expansion on solidification.
In great measure it achieved the purpose of national solidification for which it was mainly designed.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
Every strike is one step onward in the solidification of a new political force,—a skirmish before the final battle.
He designed as a means of greater glory the complete solidification of his empire under his own supreme control.
THE WAR UPON RELIGIONREV. FRANCIS A. CUNNINGHAM

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