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FanGraphs analyst Jeff Zimmerman found pitchers who maintain their velocity tend to maintain their performance.
Such businesses, according to the Federal Reserve’s Small Business Credit Survey, tend to be minority-owned.
“Historically, corrections in the put-call ratio have tended to have sharp but short-lived market impacts,” the strategists wrote.
As tends to happen when demand skyrockets but supply doesn't, prices on a wide range of items went up.
Most advertisers tend to be wowed by Amazon’s ability to drive direct response.
Whereas we humans tend to see things in terms of one thing causes the next.
Google did publish a bit over a year ago that “broad core updates tend to happen every few months.”
Most nonprofits tend to have an annual tentpole event, one that attracts their steady set of supporters.
Crucially, Republicans tend to be more dispersed across states while Democrats are concentrated in cities.
Leave tomatoes and cucumbers whole, because they tend to get mushy after cutting.

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