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It can let us see that a rose, for example, excites receptors number 27, 72, and 112, while dog poop excites a different subset of receptors.
Gray, the former Sanders press secretary, wishes all progressives would wise up and call themselves leftists, but she understands these semantic discussions are taking place among a tiny subset of highly engaged citizens.
According to Malwarebytes, the attacker had used "another intrusion vector" to gain access to a limited subset of company emails.
He knew, however, that we consciously perceive only a subset of the total information our minds absorb from the world.
The list is a subset of the Terrorist Screening Database, designed to “identify individuals who are known or suspected terrorists,” the TSA said in a statement.
The new study reanalyzes data on a subset of the original subjects who underwent further testing four weeks after they’d stopped the strength training intervention.
We have a subset of the country that lives in an alternate reality in which the presidential election was stolen, and they’re reacting against that non-event.
By targeting a smaller subset of your email contacts you can align the content with exactly what they need.
In Moderna’s trial, however, that efficacy is based on a relatively low number of cases — 39 in the placebo arm versus seven in the vaccine arm — in only a subset of the trial participants.
Google said Gmail connectivity issues affected a “significant subset” of users, the second consecutive day in which one of the internet giant’s most popular services had been stymied by technical problems.

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