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It wanted to come up with a soda that tasted good, had a proper mouthfeel – sugar adds not only sweetness but also viscosity – and was attractive to women, the presumptive market.The Rise And Fall Of Tab – After Surviving The Sweetener Scares, The Iconic Diet Soda Gets Canned|LGBTQ-Editor|November 29, 2020|No Straight News
It’s going to take much, much longer to count ballots in those states, and it may take days to declare a presumptive winner.9 questions about 2020’s record-breaking early vote, answered|Rani Molla|October 30, 2020|Vox
Long term, in calculating presumptive raises given over a 40-year career, women could lose as much as $900,000 over the duration of a career.The need for true equity in equity compensation|Walter Thompson|October 16, 2020|TechCrunch
It also argues for a “presumptive prohibition against future mergers and acquisitions by the dominant platforms.”
Among QBs who have started two games, Pro Football Focus noted that the only two who haven’t produced a turnover-worthy play are King and presumptive future No.Can The Miami Hurricanes Keep This Up?|Josh Planos|September 23, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
Presumptively they were organized in gentes, but the evidence of the fact is lost.
Presumptively, it was the same among the Greeks of the traditionary period.
If the Pawnees are organized in gentes, presumptively the other tribes are the same.
Presumptively it was possessed by them while in the Upper Status of barbarism.
Presumptively and naturally, marriage within the gens was prohibited.