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Tide, for example, has capitalized on marketing on Amazon’s Alexa Skills platform to remove a step from the purchasing process.
Accordingly, Google is taking a number of steps to make itself the place consumers search for products — online or offline.
They then took steps to get verified by a reliable source, who did verify it.
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That’s generally seen as the purview of Congress, which since its initial batch of aid in March and April hasn’t taken significant new steps to help struggling Americans.
THE BIG CORPORATE RESCUE AND THE AMERICA THAT’S TOO SMALL TO SAVEBY LYDIA DEPILLIS, JUSTIN ELLIOTT AND PAUL KIELSEPTEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
On the other hand, they’re taking a lot of steps domestically to shore up the industry.
Tesla wants to fix one of the most problematic steps in its electric vehicle supply chain.
There are plenty of Republican officials, even in some of the states listed above, taking steps to make it easier to vote.
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Beyond internet access, just taking steps to make sure students show up online has helped ensure access.
If your objective going in is just to have some version of fun, that seems to be a baby step in the right direction.
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Clinicians from around the world reviewed the existing data, which are slimmer than you might think, and then outlined a set of steps to take before declaring someone brain-dead.

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