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That means that any uncertainty in matching the precise origins of two repeater quakes could translate to uncertainty in the travel times, and thus the temperature changes.
Users can also report words that are incorrectly translated.
Under its “Good Customer Program,” Oportun allows borrowers to take out larger loans with lower interest rates, which typically translates to lower monthly payments.
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That translates to masking up at tightly spaced campsites and when passing others on hiking trails, too.
Successfully navigating the transfers market often translates to wins on the playing pitch.
Even today, emotional meanings of faces may not translate across cultures, she says.
Players did make small behavioral changes on the field, but that didn’t translate to broader attitudinal shifts.
After it was unable to take place, Elizabeth Webbe Lunny, BDG’s evp of revenue, said her team moved the retreat online and was able to keep the same format and instructor and was able to translate nearly all of the programming online.
This means that they can’t capture and translate information from a single “boat” of dopamine.
You may think that translating your website into a “standard” language will enable you to connect with all relevant markets, but you risk alienating millions of potential customers if you don’t tailor your content to each target location.

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