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He also could land with the under-23 squad vying for an Olympic berth.
With two worthy centers vying for consideration, this year’s conversation won’t be ending anytime soon.
The quarterbacks vying for the Super Bowl represent a broader shift.
The Crimson Tide needed just three plays to go 60 yards and put the Buckeyes into a world of trouble as the teams vie for a national championship.
As China’s EV market grows, Tesla is vying with local rivals to maintain its market lead.
The lack of transparency in California and across the country comes as the industry continues to vie for additional government funding, saying the cost of patient care during the coronavirus crisis has soared.
Count on being transported to wine regions virtually, as new wine experiences vie with Netflix.
8 WAYS WINE WILL CHANGE IN 2021RACHEL KINGDECEMBER 28, 2020FORTUNE
The company is one of a number of space startups vying for a slice of the satellite market.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, who has taken over for Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin as the chief negotiator in the talks, is still vying for a smaller bill without direct payments.
Although that result is disputed by rival IBM, it speaks to the technical battle between companies vying for their own supremacy in the nascent industry.

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