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Google taking this data away from us will have an absolutely staggering impact on accounts big and small.
It is the earliest great stone monument known and a staggering 6,000 years older than Stonehenge.
However, the course of action would put truly staggering numbers of people across all age groups at risk of serious illness and death.
I wish I had the secret to the staggering amount of scientific knowledge freshman med student Mia possesses, because it’s sufficient to challenge a professor who has an entire building dedicated to her research—gleaming neon logo included.
To up the revolution, he’s paying private equity firm Thoma Bravo a staggering $11 billion to purchase Ellie Mae, a small but sprinting provider of software that automates the origination process for banks and brokers.
That will complicate the already staggering task of cleaning up the world’s power sectors.
Some are requiring masks and moving desks six feet apart, some are staggering days children come in person and many are opting to go fully virtual.
The scale of goods moving around the planet at any moment is staggering.
Now, OpenAI’s GPT-3, just announced Thursday, is reportedly made up of a staggering 175 billion parameters.
When Black Hood put in his appearance, the young man started to move along up the alley, staggering as he walked.

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