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He is leading a round of investment in Aave worth $25 million by purchasing a raft of the project’s own governance tokens.
So we sent in a raft of questions to the company to better understand the demand that it is seeing in the market for its service.Unqork’s $207M Series C underscores growing enterprise demand for no-code apps|Alex Wilhelm|October 7, 2020|TechCrunch
I lived in my truck for years and spent a decade of summers sleeping under the stars as a raft guide.
Authoritarians are using a raft of digital technologies to counter dissent, maintain political control, and stay in power.
It joins a raft of EV makers making the jump to public markets.Electric-vehicle startup Canoo to go public, joining the wave of companies chasing Tesla’s success|dzanemorris|August 18, 2020|Fortune
He spent 47 days on a raft and survived only to be captured by the Japanese.
A raft of thrillers, sci-fi movies, and sinister dramas followed.
Mooney quickly inflated his life raft, sent out an SOS signal and drifted for fourteen days before he was rescued.Victor Mooney’s Epic Adventure for His Dead Brother|Justin Jones|October 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Complaints about the raft of security measures are dismissed.
Goldman, wisely, does not raise a raft of questions that drown a writer in the answering.
He swims every day in the river; he fishes from his bamboo raft; he hunts in the forest with his father.Alila, Our Little Philippine Cousin|Mary Hazelton Wade
It was decided that the carpenter should rig out a raft in a hasty fashion, and that we were to be put aboard it.Young Glory and the Spanish Cruiser|Walter Fenton Mott
I improvised bandages, set the leg directly, and in a little while we got to the shore on a hastily constructed raft.Mrs. Falchion, Complete|Gilbert Parker
All the planters and many others near the lake shore keep a boat at their landing, and a raft for crossing vehicles and horses.
The raft had to be floated to the storehouse and a platform built, on which everything was elevated.