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It’s extremely easy to use and packs down small while still being large enough to accommodate our tall toddler when deployed.
An algorithm that incorporates both may be even more flexible and resilient to catastrophic forgetting, instead operating like a toddler trying to untangle a complex world one memory at a time.
At all levels, coaches and players discovered the ramifications of a mathematical truth we all learn as toddlers.
To her surprise, the children’s cortisol levels — the end product of the neuroendocrine cascade — were lower than the average toddler’s.
As a toddler, Brian Brenner ’82, SM ’84, jumped with excitement when he saw the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge being built over New York Harbor.
Dalgard had known Sssuri since he was a toddler and the other a cub coming to see the wonders of dry land for the first time.
STAR BORNANDRE NORTON
That was a brave name, truly, for a flaxen-haired toddler; but the mountaineers love sonorous and stately names.
There was nothing he might not do in the future, having already done the biggest thing, this toddler up club-steps to-day.
You see, my mother died a long while ago; I was just a toddler then; and my father married again.
LEFT TACKLE THAYERRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
The woman stood a step outside the door, a baby in her arms, another toddler holding fast to her skirt.
NORTH OF FIFTY-THREEBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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