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As with many companies in the media sector, Taboola and Outbrain’s businesses suffered turbulence as the coronavirus took hold in March and advertisers reined in their spending in the initial months of the pandemic.
Irvine and Matsuzawa tightly control the loops that are the blob’s building blocks and study the resulting confined turbulence up close and at length.
Unlike every other instance of turbulence that has ever been observed on Earth, Irvine’s blob isn’t a messy patch in a flowing stream of liquid, gas or plasma, or up against a wall.
The blob is a cloud of turbulence in a large water tank in the lab of the University of Chicago physicist William Irvine.
He argued that central banks had gone from “volatility machines” to hyperactive suppressors of economic and financial turbulence.
HEDGE FUND ‘PIRATES’ SET SAIL AGAINDANIEL MALLOYAUGUST 21, 2020OZY
They also will reduce the forward force of the exhaled cloud of droplets, diverting flow and cutting turbulence.
From the depths of his mind came a warning, a restless unease that took root and blossomed into turbulence.
The year 1846 closed over the Iberian peninsula in discord, turbulence, and woe.
Calumny, with its hundred tongues, exaggerated the turbulence of the people, and invented wild tales of violence.
The easygoing paternal rule was to come to an end, and a long period of bloodshed and turbulence was to succeed.
ARGENTINAW. A. HIRST

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