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The launch of Apple’s new 5G-enabled iPhone 12 on Tuesday promised to make a splash in China, the world’s largest 5G market.
It’s made a splash in the B2C world because it has given advertisers a data-fueled way to run ads on television.
Getting startedIn the old hunting cabin, you may set your Dutch oven on the wood stove and load it up with water, fresh bones, and a splash of vinegar.
Brian Armstrong, the cryptocurrency exchange’s chief executive, made a splash with a blog post on Sunday that declared Coinbase would not engage in social activism or advocate for political causes or candidates.
This Remington blender brings a great splash of retro color and design to the kitchen, with every detail considered all the way down to the 48-ounce glass jar, vintage-style three-speed lever control, and the handy blade speed gauge on the front.
BLENDERS THAT MAKE GREAT GIFTSPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 28, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
A subsequent splash would add more molecules that could undergo additional condensation reactions as liquid dries again.
The invitation was accepted; and Mr. Bellamy's grand carriage drew up immediately with splash and clatter to the door.
There was a tiny splash, a laugh, and the little greenheart rod flicked a trout high over his head.
There was a tremendous splash, and a small-sized geyser shot upward.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
She looked up suddenly, her dark eyes blazing, a splash of colour in either cheek.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI

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