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“Whether in ESPN ads for fantasy football, election-night slicing and dicing of vote and poll data, or the ever-broadening influence of quantitative models for stock trading and portfolio development, numbers-driven decisions are no longer the exclusive province of people with hard-core quantitative skills.”
“While they would always like to have more money to spend on an ever-broadening playing field, the recent strength of their cash collection operation suggests that they will have enough money to take considerable -- if not full -- advantage of the national winds blowing in their direction.”
“But even in the face of enervating indifference fueled by dwindling history education, by the substitution of hand-held-device isolation for mass participation, and perhaps, ironically, by our ever-broadening diversity, the Civil War still represents a unique and priceless opportunity for reflection.”
“But what it also does is widen the ability to engage in dialogues with an ever-broadening range of people.”
“In a new book by Ronald Kessler, democracy's protective cloak of trained agents are shown to lack both the modern mentality and resources needed to tackle the ever-broadening spectrum of threats that they must confront.”
“The later historical perspectives are quite clear and distinct about U.S. connivances and failures along with its ever-broadening reach for empire.”
“Will the first glimmers of economic recovery brighten or prove a false dawn, plunging us into a deeper and ever-broadening cycle of misery?”
“Quite the contrary: the uncensored freedom of live performance was what fed his ever-broadening and deepening work, gave it such flair, range and demotic force.”
“Advances in artificial intelligence translate into ever-broadening functionality and autonomy.”
“The latest Peabody recipients reflect the ever-broadening definition of electronic media and the international scope of the competition.”
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