- (of a rock) having been forced between preexisting rocks or rock layers while in a molten or plastic condition.
- noting or pertaining to plutonic rocks.
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That includes settings where its use can seem intrusive or unfair, like schools or public housing.
The size, quality, and privacy conditions of this database is largely what determines how safe or intrusive the technology is.
At the same time, the prospect of even more intrusive regulation might prompt Facebook and Google to try to settle the antitrust cases in an effort to slow the momentum, or limit the scope, of the legislative initiative.Facebook and Google cases are our last chance to save the economy from monopolization|Steven Pearlstein|December 18, 2020|Washington Post