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Models of gargantuan proportions—trained on billions of data points for several days—are in vogue, and likely won’t be going away any time soon.
Click here to view a large version of the chartBefore cigarettes came into vogue, this malady was rare.
Sample return missions are becoming increasingly in vogue, as evidenced by NASA’s OSIRIS-REx mission and China’s current Chang’e 5 drilling operation on the moon.
The reason we even have players such as Mack is because the 3-4 outside linebacker became en vogue roughly 40 years ago.
As BofA equities analysts noted in a report on Friday, “long-term fundamental investing is out of vogue, but may be the best arbitrage opportunity out there.”
Fern cases were very much in vogue some years ago, and this is really a very delightful way of cultivating the plants.
HOW TO KNOW THE FERNSS. LEONARD BASTIN
Nicknames among this class of poor whites in the South seem singularly like those in vogue in New England.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
In Parliament, where of course the old costly fashions have long been out of vogue, the change is equally noticeable.
First, the introduction of pistons, inserted between the key-slips, which replaced the clumsy composition pedals then in vogue.
This method is in vogue in some sections, because still less money is required to keep property insured.

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