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The board is powerless by design to step in and address the constant churn of disinformation, hate speech or questionable content that’s live on the site.Facebook's "Oversight Board" Is a Sham. The Answer to the Capitol Riot Is Regulating Social Media|Maria Ressa|January 28, 2021|Time
Invariably, it happens late on a Friday afternoon, maximizing the chances that the news gets lost in the churn and forgotten by Monday.Vehicle recalls cluster because OEMs wait for rivals to move first|Jonathan M. Gitlin|January 27, 2021|Ars Technica
The churn was pretty high at the conclusion of those 12 weeks, in part because there was a fairly steep increase in price because we are not the cheapest product out there, given the quality of our journalism.‘Retention has been one of our best stories of the year’: Bob Cohn on steering The Economist through crisis|Lara O'Reilly|October 20, 2020|Digiday
Companies are increasingly realizing they need to keep engaging staff who are working remote — without overburdening them — otherwise it leads to a lack of motivation and staff churn.
The four or five thrillers a year that de Villiers churned out from 1966 until his death in 2013 were amazingly trashy.This Sexy Thriller Is Just the Document the Benghazi Commission Needs|Christopher Dickey|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even as he churned out works decrying the evils of capital, he was extremely entrepreneurial and owned a fair amount of property.
Barthas would look out on scenes of churned up earth filled with human remains and the debris of thousands of pulverized lives.Blood and Mud: A French Soldier’s WWI Memoir Vividly Describes Trench Warfare|Marc Wortman|May 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
It should be no surprise that SNL churned out a solid episode with Dunham as a host.Lena Dunham on 'SNL' Review: Very Funny, Very Dunham-y|Kevin Fallon|March 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
My stomach churned as I called him to share the devastating news that our card had been compromised.Woman Finds Mysterious Charges on Her iTunes Bill: A Modern Whodunit!|Nancy Neufeld Callaway|January 31, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In summer the cream should be churned on the following day; in winter it may stand over two days.
The more quickly milk or cream is churned, the paler, the softer, and the less rich the butter.
Cream, according to Mr. Aiton, may be safely churned in an hour and a half, while milk ought to obtain from two to three hours.
The hoops to have holes in the bottom; the crushings are saved, and set, and churned, to grease the cheese.
But they only churned uselessly in the drift; their hoofs could find no footing, save the yielding masses of snow.The White Desert|Courtney Ryley Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for churn
- to stir or agitate (milk or cream) in order to make butter
- to make (butter) by this process