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Jillian is now paralyzed from the neck down, steers her motorized wheelchair with her tongue and is kept alive by a ventilator.
Dias also says has also been steering his clients in this direction long before the update was announced.
Zuckerberg, in response to Feinstein’s attack on Twitter, pointed out that Facebook had added voter information atop users’ news feeds to steer them to credible sources, regardless of what their friends had posted on the service.
In some cases, such a switch might also require an office visit — at a time when Americans have been steering clear of the doctor’s office out of concerns about the pandemic.
Elliott and Kiel detailed how the website steers lower-income tax filers to paid versions of its service.
In Canada, authorities are looking into a variety of potentially anticompetitive practices, including any Amazon strategies that might steer customers toward its own products, rather than those of third-party merchants.
Still, the words “neck” and “injury” convinced some teams to steer clear.
Some businesses steer clear of call tracking simply because they aren’t sure how to go about it, afraid to damage their SEO in the process.
After safely passing him in the opposite lane, I steered back to the right side of the pavement, not realizing there was another cyclist ahead of the first.
I HIT A CYCLIST WITH MY CARBROOKE WARRENOCTOBER 28, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
They can set an optimization goal toward which delivery systems can steer, while machine learning predicts the most valuable opportunities based on incoming data.

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