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You know, we had the typical lemonade stands and selling cinnamon sticks and things like that.
OZY has reported that 70 percent of Gen Zers believe their lives need to make a difference in the world and 65 percent say it’s important for companies to take a stand on social issues.
RECLAIMING MY GEN Z IDENTITYSHAAN MERCHANTSEPTEMBER 7, 2020OZY
This engine, situated off-center, powered the vehicle at a slight angle into the sky, where it moved several dozen meters laterally before descending and coming to rest near the launch stand.
One of the reasons I joined Levi Strauss is that this company has had for its entire 167 years a practice where the CEO is expected to take stands on important issues of the day.
We took a stand on it because it’s ripping the country apart.
It might have taken 100 years, but American corporations are finally taking a stand in support of full gender equality—for business reasons, no less.
She stood, in her young purity, at one end of the chain of years, and Mrs. Chepstow—did she really stand at the other?
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
But the liberal soul deviseth liberal things, and by liberal things shall he stand.
All bribery, and injustice shall be blotted out, and fidelity shall stand for ever.
It is only necessary to have a zinc, or a galvanized tray on which to stand the glass in an inverted position.
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