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It features multiple settings and a strobe function, and the rotating head focuses the flashlight’s beam from tight spotlight to wide flood with a quick twist.
Amazon’s health efforts took a new twist, as the e-commerce giant on Thursday announced an app-based health advice service for consumers—called Halo—that requires its own activity tracking band.
Expect plenty more twists, turns and threats in the run-up to the November election, when rideshare companies hope California voters will let them officially opt out of following the new labor law.
Here’s what global publishers need to know about the latest regulatory twists and turns down under between Google and the news business.
In each iteration we tried to add a visual twist to the design.
HOW WE DESIGNED THE LOOK OF OUR 2020 FORECASTANNA WIEDERKEHR (ANNA.WIEDERKEHR@ABC.COM)AUGUST 13, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
Touch screen laptops do all the work of regular laptops—with an efficient twist.
That twist “is the precise spot where a new planet must be forming,” says Di Folco.
To record the snakes’ twists and turns, Yeaton, then at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, and colleagues affixed reflective tape on the snakes’ backs and used high-speed cameras to capture the motion.
Having wound these about the waist, they twist them so that they cover the privy parts.
Bending lower over the handlebars, he opened the throttle with a twist of his left hand.
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