Facebook has a long history of systematically cloning Snapchat's features — including Stories, which have been a rousing success on Instagram.
You barely mentioned Saudi Arabia, yet it has a long record of systematically destroying religious sites, most of which are important to the mainstream Islamic faith.
As Richard finds out, the colonial authorities set about imposing western moral mores around the world - systematically destroying indigenous traditions which had existed for centuries.
But there’s little evidence that kids are systematically overestimating the value of college, the way homeowners systematically overestimated the value of homes during the bubble.
A degenerating research programme, on the other hand (unlike the theories of Newton and Einstein) either fails to predict novel facts at all, or makes novel predictions that are systematically falsified.
rang out after a couple of minutes, as Senator Elizabeth Warren, speaking to an almost all-black audience at Morgan State University’s winter commencement, described how America has “systematically discriminated against black people.”
Another, systematically more far-reaching aspect of Feigl’s (self-ascribed) shift from logical positivism to logical empiricism was his increasingly explicit embrace of a ‘realist’ approach to science and scientific theory construction.
By “systematically” determining idealism as the method of science, we enable idealism to recognize itself in its historical manifestations; these manifestations, in turn, furnish the “fact” of science to be systematically determined.
Rohingya people have been systematically persecuted for decades by the Burmese government, which, contrary to historical evidence, regards them as illegal migrants from Bangladesh and restricts their citizenship rights and access to government services.
This became his great work, Histoire naturelle, générale et particulière (1749–1804), which was the first modern attempt to systematically present all existing knowledge in the fields of natural history, geology, and anthropology in a single publication.
"But even though defaults could be a powerful force in setting policy, we don't see them being implemented in any systematically consistent way," says Margaret Neale, the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Alden has systematically contracted its newsrooms, perhaps most famously at The Denver Post in 2018, after which the staff revolted by publishing articles demanding, unsuccessfully, that the newspaper be sold to a concern that appreciates local journalism.
And now, too, so are quantitative hedge funds, hoping to systematically trade corporate bonds the same way they do equities and foreign exchange: Using a sophisticated proprietary pricing engine to find discrepancies in how the market is pricing securities.
The Military Balance 2018 report, produced by the IISS (International Institute of Strategic Studies) warns that while war between the great powers is not inevitable, Washington, Moscow and Beijing are now systematically preparing for the possibility of conflict.
At the forefront of the confusion is Michael Bloomberg's campaign for the Democratic nomination, which is spending hundreds of millions of dollars on advertising (across various formats) and systematically pushing the boundaries of Facebook's social-media policies.
Claiming an electoral mandate after maintaining majorities in both chambers of Congress, Trump’s resurgent Republican Party planned an aggressive and sweeping program to systematically dismantle Obama’s policies and to usher in a new era of conservative governance.
And an ongoing Consumer Financial Protection Bureau investigation found evidence that Navient "systematically steered thousands of borrowers who were having difficulty paying their loans into plans that were worse for the borrowers — but more profitable for Navient."
…animals are treated routinely, systematically as if their value were reducible to their usefulness to others, they are routinely, systematically treated with a lack of respect, and thus are their rights routinely, systematically violated.
Practical Manual for Dermatologic and Surgical Melanoma Management systematically details the latest diagnostic criteria, treatment guidelines and management techniques available for treating these patients and is a valuable resource for the trainee and practising clinician.
The Burmese soldiers “systematically shot, killed, forcibly disappeared, raped, gang-raped, sexually assaulted, detained, beat and tortured Rohingya civilians and burned down and destroyed Rohingya homes, mosques, madrasas, shops and Qur’ans”, the submission from the west African country alleges.
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