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Last year, Google claimed it had achieved a milestone known as “quantum supremacy,” having built a quantum computer capable of performing a calculation that could not be done on a traditional computer in a reasonable length of time.
In a deep dive into the city’s zoning history, Andrew Keatts outlined single-family housing’s century of supremacy in San Diego.
The biggest driving force in this trend is China’s rise as a tech superpower and the US’s consequent belligerence as its supremacy comes under threat.
While there has been some headline-grabbing progress in quantum computing in recent years—not least Google’s announcement that it had achieved quantum supremacy— today’s devices are still a long way from being put to practical use.
However, with the gradual supremacy of the Romans in the Mediterranean region, the state didn’t really require large ships for expansive military actions.
The Majesty on high has a colony and a people on earth, which otherwise is under the supremacy of the Evil One.
Monotheism is strictly inconsistent with the supremacy of “merits” which is the very soul of Oriental religion.
He steeled himself, for he had had his experience of woman's wiles; and his faith in masculine supremacy as a habit did not waver.
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The supremacy of the United States must and will be enforced throughout every part of the Archipelago.
The millions in the world who conscientiously disclaim the supremacy of the Pope, at least openly avow it.

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