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Lower-tier institutions have seen virtually no change in application numbers.
Even with a substantial list price of $45, A Promised Land is virtually guaranteed to sell millions of copies, and has an announced first printing of 3 million.
This year’s event will be held virtually, so you can join from wherever you are.
Internet speed limits and other restrictions remain active, making many online services virtually unusable and the road to recovery even longer—especially during the coronavirus pandemic.
Since we’re living on the road full-time and cooking virtually every meal, and since we have a few different power options, including a small generator, the Traeger has become our new go-to.
Whether tweaking the model or transforming it, virtually all companies have had to make changes during the pandemic.
With Project PR, you’ll have the chance to be part of a first-of-its-kind running study and train virtually with thousands of people from all athletic backgrounds.
In some states, restaurants were allowed to reopen for dine-in service with virtually no limits.
There are some reduced-size teams who are on the ground shooting footage, but the bulk of content creation, direction and collaboration is happening virtually, she said.
Oracle — the world’s second-largest software maker — is focused on supplying to business customers and has virtually no investments in consumer apps or social media.

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