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From the highest-profile pros to college kids and even high-schoolers, athletes have reimagined those two minutes as a time to grapple with our country’s triumphs and failings.
Humanity’s triumph over smallpox should stand out as one of our proudest moments.
Before the election of 1824, Louisa Catherine threw a ball that, counterintuitively, honored war hero and rival candidate Andrew Jackson on the anniversary of his triumph at the Battle of New Orleans.
The Jaguars began this season with a triumph over the Indianapolis Colts, then didn’t win again.
We are thrilled to have Raven Goodwin play Hattie McDaniel and provide an honest look into the triumphs and tragedies of her life.
The ability to match faces is one of the signal triumphs of the new generation of artificial intelligence, and the technique is appearing everywhere.
Their obsession is to find themselves — to find their best — and use every triumph and failure to get there.
The Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are a triumph of scientific research, and they’ll likely play a key role in ending the pandemic.
For the first time in six days, there was no giant turkey carcass taking up space in the fridge, and I felt a mix of triumph and mild worry, as if the space opening up might mean I’d have to fill it with another big bird and start all over again.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER
It also comes as a triumph for DeepMind, which rose to fame with a slew of algorithms that outperformed humans in games such as Go and the entire Atari laundry list.

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