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In spite of their differences with Cardona, both large teachers unions in Connecticut are supporting his nomination.
So what surprised me was there was still an enormous volume of users coming through, in spite of all this competition that was out there.
Disregarding that promise, her father’s wife sells her out of spite.
These stories have a remarkable richness — not in spite of the pandemic, but because of it.
THE HIGHLIGHT’S BEST READS OF THE YEARLAVANYA RAMANATHANDECEMBER 24, 2020VOX
In spite of all the hours spent talking, there are some things you don’t tell Fatima about.
DARK SPACES ON THE MAPKATIE MCLEANDECEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
In spite of global campaigns for a shift away from high carbon emitting fossil fuels, South Africa has seen its stock of emissions rise from 2018 to 2019, according to a new report.
In spite of all these advances, however, access to health care for pregnant women remains an issue at every level.
This year, in spite of falling revenues and profits, Trilogy spent millions of dollars delivering wage increases to direct-care staff.
Here’s the rundown on PubMatic’s post IPO plan for growth in an ad tech market that’s undoubtedly having a moment in spite of its unresolved issues.
Its scale and targeting capabilities keep advertisers coming back in spite of the ad platform’s bugs and unpredictability, and it’s ad business has benefited from the shift to digital during the pandemic.

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