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To let us know how your voting experience goes, here’s how to sign up and get in touch.
We may not be able to hug each other, for fear of infection, but we can keep in touch digitally.
A battery-powered system of fans stokes your fire with the touch of a button.
This requires a data-driven approach, measuring gaps as well as progress while still employing the human touch overall.
That offer prompted the employee to get in touch with the FBI, which quickly began monitoring all of Kriuchkov’s actions.
I kept in touch with the women at Voyant over the next several months and thought about them frequently.
When a brand is simply posting cut-downs of TV commercials or trying to get users to use a long and clunky branded hashtag, it just comes across as out of touch.
A programmatic manager at a global publishing company said they hadn’t heard anything from Google about the heavy ads intervention update — despite being in touch with a Google account manager just a few days ago.
A few weeks ago, I got in touch with a group of Glossier retail employees.
An ad for booking a vacation package could feel out-of-touch.

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