Sentences with phrase «to get»

I love pandas, so when I was getting started, I made panda-themed products I wanted.
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Alalytica were recently successful in getting the AutoStart burette listed with Queensland Health as an approved product that can now be sold into the health system in that state.
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If successful, Patanjali gets a firm foothold in the cooking oils business where Adani, through its partnership with Wilmar, Emami and Godre...
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She even helps get Tom Cruise out of a few tough situations, especially when they need to make a quick escape after trying to stop an assassination attempt:
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SoftBank Group Corp's Chief Executive Masayoshi Son is not involved in trying to get the proposed merger of U.S. wireless carriers Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc approved, Sprint's outgoing chief executive said on Thursday.
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That means that, for the first time ever, Americans won't have to get a prescription to receive plain-English medical reports about their chances of developing diseases like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's disease, celiac disease, and other disorders based on analyses of their genetic makeup.
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Calling all Solent property agents, developers, architects, lawyers and suppliers to the commercial and residential sectors — get your entries in for the prestigious South Coast Property Awards.
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«It's almost always in the families, and it only gets out of the families when people need the money,» Mallon said.
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Make sure that you get a simple and straightforward web address that both the Google search algorithm and a human web surfer can recognize as relevant to you.
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To make sure only top talent gets through, the company has started pre-interviewing candidates by phone to spot deal breakers, such as a complete lack of familiarity with the brand.
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The «for us, by us» model gets them actively involved in the social giving process, ties them to a cause that's personally meaningful and empowers them through their own purchasing decisions.
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Under the new law, companies must get explicit consent from potential recipients within the next two to three years — spurring companies to bombard users with offers for discounts and incentives if they oblige.
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