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Meanwhile, you can’t currently report potential violations of those terms without handing over your email address.
You point out that using the term "mansplaining" overgeneralizes, so I won't call this behavior "momsplaining."
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He said he hopes that he and his staff have built up “some trust and credibility” in terms of their vetting of players.
The term “AI audit” can mean many different things, which makes it hard to trust the results of audits in general.
It sounds like a small adjustment, but it can make a big difference in terms of driving feel.
California has also changed its vaccine distribution plan several times since vaccines became available, catching some providers unprepared, and currently ranks 39th among the 50 states in terms of percentage of doses administered.
Year over year, we’re seeing 20% growth already in terms of those upfront deals that we struck for the following year.
That likely makes it hard for the city to plan for stormwater long term.
Having a tool that allows neuroscientists to easily examine their data in terms of periodic and aperiodic signals is important because the data itself is just a set of numbers gathered over a specific period of time.
Apple has made it clear that ad execs play in its ecosystem on its terms or not at all.

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