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The last few months have put technology and its role in society, especially in the United States, in the spotlight.
THE RISE OF THE ACTIVIST DEVELOPERWALTER THOMPSONFEBRUARY 9, 2021TECHCRUNCH
They don’t do it for not a big salary, no spotlight, no interview, just because they care, they want to do something about it.
Now that I was in the spotlight I was like, “OK, well, now that I got everyone’s attention, I got to really make the world proud and do something.”
That spotlight will now fall on Jassy, and politicians are already preparing.
The actions by two have driven our beautiful town into the national spotlight in ways that do not reflect our whole community.
On an NBC schedule without NHL games for competition, the NWHL will be in the hockey spotlight.
Even in spotlight beam patterns, driving lights are designed to provide a wide arc of illumination.
After playing a long stretch of shows, he was feeling exhausted, hung over and uneasy about his new role in the spotlight.
The House sergeant-at-arms steps into the spotlight only a few seconds once a year to announce the president’s arrival to deliver the State of the Union address.
Instead of sharing her spotlight, in these scenes Scorsese often places the camera just over his shoulder, so that we can imagine the experience of an evening out with Lebowitz.

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