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Ullmann said those videos make fans “care so much more about the fights because you have a vested emotional bond in the participant,” which Maryland hopes to replicate.
It’s a topic that many Americans have a massive vested interest in, but it’s also an intimidating one, especially given how confusing the US system is.
When ads are the main driver for a platform, then the social company has a vested interest in using every psychological and algorithm-based trick to keep the user on the platform.
You must tell us of any relevant vested interests or conflicts.
“In almost all cases,” Wales explains, “that’s likely to be state and local election officials, who are the professionals who run these elections and who have a vested interest in making sure votes are counted correctly.”
A distinguished-looking man, evidently vested with authority, bustled forward and addressed him, civilly enough.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
The oath is sworn to himself; but He, and those whom he hath vested with office, will demand the fulfilment of it.
If exclusive authority to issue the call is vested in the directors, it cannot be exercised by the president and secretary.
The title to the bed of all lakes, ponds, and navigable rivers to the ordinary high-water mark is vested in the states.
Up to that date the civil executive authority in the organized provinces was vested in the military governor.

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