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But, but, but, but: I said I would never say never.
But, but, but: Trump isn't under investigation now, but that could change.
WALLACE: But -- but -- but you guys used it.
Sassy but respectful, smart but not showy, strong but ladylike, shrewd but always and forever sweet.
" But, but, but ... Haass tells me: "Quite the morning.
RYUN: But, but, but, but, Sandra, I think terrible decisions don&apost make for a good precedent.
But, but, but: The initial report on the talks came in May, but an announcement never materialized.
I was Black, but not Black; woman, but not woman; American, but Jamaican; African, but science fiction.
But, but, but: The propaganda isn't going anywhere in 2019.
But, but, but: Emissions are not falling across the board.
But, but, but: There are all kinds of caveats here.
But, but, but: Other things besides entertainment media are copyrighted.
But, but, but: It's not just the government keeping tabs.
But, but, but: It was a nod, not an agenda.
But, but, but: There are advantages for the disrupters, too.
But but but: Timing can always change on Capitol Hill.
But, but, but: Stock traders are still buying the dip.
But, but, but: Coal is still king in the region.
But, but, but: Martino was on the board of FanDuel.
It's stark, but chic; austere, but casual; serious, but hip.
SS: But-, but-, but then the salaries haven't come, though.
But, but, but: L.A. has a long ways to go.
Butbutbut — it's only a handful of days away.
Shiv: right but thwarted but vindicated but in trouble, whew!
For men, it's like ... I know, but, but, but, okay.
But – FABER: Right, But – KUDLOW: But, but, but my point to Dan Clifton who I have spoken to this morning is we are resuming talks with china.
They're passionate but prac­tical, energetic but measured, decisive but willing tocompromise.
But, but, but: This automated utopia is a long way off.
But, but, but: That won't happen by itself, the report shows.
But, but, but: Science and math don't operate in a vacuum.
But, but, but: Russia was also a hot topic on Tuesday.
But, but, but: This is just an analysis of one skeleton.
It's pretty, but edgy; simple, but bold; and modern, but retro.
But, but, but: Buybacks are a boon for the stock market.
But, but, but: Russia supplies less than 1% of China's soybeans.
But, but, but: Quantum computers are still really hard to build.
But, but, but... Perez picked Ellison to be his deputy chair.
But, but, but: In this case, it's not black and white.
Running on the slogan "a return to normalcy," he said: America's present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not revolution, but restoration; not agitation, but adjustment; not surgery, but serenity; not the dramatic, but the dispassionate; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality.
Not open but hiding; not straightforward but crafty; not honest but base; not national but international; does not believe in working but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland but feels it owns the world.
But, but, but: There is still reason to cheer at the news.
But, but, but: Not all the job shrinkage was due to automation.
But, but, but: Some are less convinced that Congress should step in.
But, but, but: Despite the negative trends, there are reasons for hope.
" But, but, but: "The global economy's slowing, business investment has been soft.
But, but, but: The details of the analysis are so far thin.
But, but, but: This spacecraft is still far from a sure thing.
But-- average investors-- but-- but 99% of people are non-professional-- investors.
But, but, but: You can't do good risk management with bad data.
But, but, but.... That doesn't mean there aren't risks involved, Ip writes.
But, but, but: The next guest on Face the Nation was Sen.
But, but, but: This isn't direct evidence of life itself, NASA cautions.
But, but, but ... Don't expect the topline budget numbers to change dramatically.
But, but, but: Not every jurisdiction is embracing AVs in all contexts.
But, but, but: The trouble, of course, is that WeWork needs cash.
But, but, but: Peloton's losses have been rising along with its revenues.
But, but, but: Ad sales can be indicative of a team's popularity.
Not open, but hiding; not straightforward, but crafty; not honest, but base; not national, but international; does not believe in working, but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland, but feels it owns the whole world.
Not open, but hiding; not straightforward but crafty; not honest but base; not national but international; does not believe in working but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland, but feels it owns the whole world.
Not open, but hiding; not straightforward but crafty; not honest but base; not national but international; does not believe in working but speculates with money; does not have its own homeland but feels it owns the whole world.
But -- but, but, but, Chris, I must say this, this president, from day one, wants to reform the world trading system.
But but but ... Compare that to Afghans ($22,000), Nepalis ($25,000) and Laotians ($32,000).
But, but but... The study makes a number of questionable assumptions, experts said.
But, but, but: Bitcoin energy use is growing, and it's just one cryptocurrency.
But, but, but: Despite Iran's deliberate approach, the danger of miscalculation is high.
But, but, but: Fancy analytics alone won't solve the energy sector's looming crisis.
But, but, but: U.S. presidents have limited and indirect influence on pump prices.
But, but, but: The study's authors say this bad news is not inevitable.
But, but, but: The transactions have been criticized by campaign finance watchdog groups.
But, but, but: Another report out today has some better news for Pruitt.
But, but, but: The mistrust is focused on the companies, not on technology.
But, but, but: A controversy over Schlichting's testimony ate up the entire morning.
But, but, but: In most cases, humans are still part of the equation.
"There is always a but — 'But they're passionate; but it's rigged,' " she said.
But, but, but: LED deployment is not the end-all, be-all solution.
But, but, but: Three-quarters of incidents still go unreported, government data estimates.
But, but, but: The demand for delivery comes with a steep environmental cost.
But, but, but: Historically, surveillance hasn't clearly prevented or deterred terrorism and crimes.
But, but, but: Loki isn't like a typical volcano you find on Earth.
He's humble but boastful, sensitive but callous, self-conscious but overly self-confident.
But, but, but: The study is based on computer modeling that takes into account prescribed, but imperfect, scenarios of greenhouse gas emissions.
Know everything but learn nothing, see everything but be blinded, count but not allow someone to matter, hear everything but not listen.
But, but, but: These filings don't capture all the lobbying action around CO2 taxes.
But, but, but: Beverages aren't the only status quo that legal weed is challenging.
But, but, but: The program design, including the emissions pricing mechanism, isn't yet clear.
But, but, but: Remember, these codes typically only remain active for a few minutes.
But, but, but: It's not just the biggest multinationals facing a tough earnings season.
But, but, but: Some economists are skeptical of the degree of angst over GDP.
But, but, but: Not every Trump-is-a-studio-gangster trade worked out well.
But, but, but: Demand growth would be lower if U.S.-China trade battles worsen.
But, but, but: There are ways to curb e-commerce's hit to the environment.
But, but, but: 1 million–3 million jobs could be lost, per the report.
But, but, but: Even Bigelow acknowledges the challenges presented by this kind of project.
But, but, but: The news for cloud forests is not all grim, Helmer says.
It's spooky but funny; nostalgia-inducing but not dated; campy but not overly cheeze.
But, but, but: Boeing isn't the only company working on a lunar gateway concept.
But, but but: Intel says it has been looking around for other, similar vulnerabilities.
But, but, but: McMaster is still proving to be effective in some key moments.
" But, but, but: Per NYT, one idea is "receiving particular attention inside the government.
But, but, but: It all comes down to access, especially among students of color.
But, but, but: The elections are three months away and a lot can change.
But, but, but: Using the phrase "one of the first things" leaves wiggle room.
But, but, but: Experts say America's oil and gas is having big geopolitical consequences, but that's not thanks to actions or pronouncements by Trump.
But, but, but: That all sounds nice, but I still have no idea what Trump plans to do to change the situation with China.
Husky but not a smoker's hack, deep but not masculine, breathy but not gaspy, a trace of New York but not Queens, New York.
And then there are the failed diets she reels off: eating nothing but meat, nothing but raw vegetables, nothing but fruit, nothing but juice.
But, but, but: Prices are rising this morning after declining in the pre-dawn hours.
Malls are homey but sterile, make you feel inadequate but optimistic; you're alone but surrounded.
But, but but ... The boom has brought growing crime, especially against women, and environmental destruction.
But, but, but: The analysis shows why none of this can be taken for granted.
But, but, but: Economic headwinds are checking oil prices despite the rise in geopolitical tensions.
But, but, but: This is a tough battle, and it's not clear who is winning.
But, but, but: FRBs can be either a single radio wave pulse or repeating bursts.
But, but, but: While the spacecraft's mission is ending, the science from it will not.
But, but, but: The business case for these mega-constellations still isn't a sure thing.
But, but, but: Alibaba is on its tail, with 1.1 billion users, per Retail Dive.
But, but, but: Paul also said that it's unfair to "draw conclusions" from Trump's comments.
But, but, but attracting American users will be a "huge wall to climb," Ho says.
But, but, but: These don't have to be "bad jobs" forever for millennials, Gorbis notes.
But, but but: Sharing the data means it is in more places than just Grindr.
But, but, but: Of about 2 million expats, only around 90,000 are registered to vote.
" But, but, but: "Big Tech's loyal army of fans among Wall Street analysts remained bullish.
But, but, but: More than 90% of taxpayers file their taxes online, according to
But, but, but: These latter possibilities are just thought experiments given where AI is today.
But, but, but: No one thinks it will be easy to devise the compensatory system.
But, but, but: That doesn't apply to Omar and Tlaib's staffers or other delegation members.
He likes winter but not summer, baths but not showers, hardback books but not paperbacks.
But, but, but: The focus on messaging apps and child exploitation adds a new wrinkle.
But but but: The information was used to help tailor which advertising some users saw.
But, but, but: A heavy-handed approach to Chinese firms has a host of consequences.
But, but, but... While lower prices are great for consumers, the agriculture industry is struggling.
But, but, but: It'll be impossible to gauge the summit's efficacy for a long time.
But, but, but, but, I want to take a more optimistic view in the future, saying that the two leaders have agreed to resume talks.
You can read about Alexander the Great but not about Catherine the Great, Kafka but not Virginia Woolf, Clausewitz but not Sojourner Truth, Schopenhauer but not Simone de Beauvoir, Michael Faraday but not Marie Curie.
But, but, but: Home shopping giants QVC and HSN aren't giving up on millennials just yet.
But, but, but: Oil majors are unlikely to take interest in the idea, analysts tell Axios.
But, but, but: All of these features and more have been commonplace in China for years.
"But, but, but, I am not taking anything for granted," Clinton said as the cheers subsided.
" She was quick to hedge, saying: "But, but, but -- I am not taking anything for granted.
But, but, but: The Fed continues to purchase trillions in U.S. Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities.
But, but, but: The authors acknowledge limitations in the modeling and the need for future research.
But, but, but: The political opening for a relatively late-starting Steyer bid is quite uncertain.
But, but, but: It is clear that many of the instances largely serve Russian national interests.
But, but, but: The oil-and-gas industry is bigger than coal and has deeper pockets.
But, but, but: Such startups should beware the competition, says Moody's lead retail analyst Charlie O'Shea.
But, but, but: It may just mean the stock market is pumped full of hot air.
Who is out but not too out, but stands up for things but not too much.
But, but, but: Trump has more presidential moments of lucidity and normality than Wolff's book suggests.
But, but, but: The foil helps Trump keep his rock-solid base, despite his broad unpopularity.
But, but, but: Yes, a number of states, cities and companies have stepped up their efforts.
But, but, but: As of now, even anti-drone technology is still hugely limited, experts say.
But, but, but: Analysts and some Democratic strategists say Trump's team may be underestimating Warren's potency.
But, but, but: "It's the best Republican seat in the country," Roe said of Thornberry's district.
But, but, but: These figures are often quite small compared to the companies' overall lobbying efforts.
It remains true that a great deal of the liability lies with them. But. But. But.
But, but, but: Other Rust Belt states, including Michigan and Ohio saw gains in manufacturing jobs.
But, but, but: Cities across the U.S. and world-wide are struggling with adopting electric buses.
But, but, but: Other experts say space is already being weaponized, and the U.S. is behind.
Per the plan: But, but, but: This is a standing caveat with all these plans, but anything that needs Congress would be a super-heavy lift.
So getting those chemical weapons out was a big deal, but... MITCHELL: But should he — should he have stuck to his... CLINTON: Well — butbut... MITCHELL: ... line?
She was beautiful (but not in an unusual way), funny (but not too funny), relatable (but just glam enough), and, lest we forget, sexy (but also cute).
But, but, but: "Politics is not a vending machine," says Lee Drutman, a scholar at New America.
But, but, but: The way the Russian trolls approached supporting the left and right were extremely different.
But, but, but: A Barclays research note this morning suggests that maybe everyone should just chill out.
But, but, but: Smaller stores will find it difficult to compete with Amazon on speed and price.
But, but, but: It takes a lot of force to change the course of an enormous company.
But, but, but: There's a way to go before the material is ready for the Red Planet.
It's this amazing relationship, but it's over, but I'm happy it happened, but I'm sad it's ending.
Sweet but sexy, crazy but cool, mean but modest and if no one knows [you], I do.
But, but but: A lack of an emergency declaration may work against the fundraising effort, Nuzzo says.
"4 Degrees" is so many things at once: fragile but muscular, sentimental but apocalyptic, chilling but glorious.
But, but, but: There's a tradeoff in using CO2 for producing oil that's later burned in engines.
But, but, but: Tariffs aren't necessarily the only thing disrupting employment in the beer world, per Bloomberg.
But, but, but: You don't need to invent your own cryptocurrency in order to get into payments.
WALLACE: But -- but -- but they did made an Undetectable Firearms Act which passed 30 years ago, Cody.
" But, but, but: "I called Tim Willson, the drug's designer, to ask whether he would take it.
But, but, but: Saudi Arabia remains one of the most repressive countries in the world for women.
But, but, but: Republicans don't just need Americans to recognize that their law is cutting their taxes.
Kushion is ambitious, but not impulsive; it's savvy, but not pretentious; and it's technical, but not geeky.
But what is a PC gamer but an adventurer—a reclusive one perhaps, but an adventurer nonetheless!
But, but, but: Given the volume of Democrats running, it also means many haven't been fully vetted.
But, but, but: Snap will still have prove that it's learned from its own mistakes as well.
But, but, but: If Trump reads the article accompanying the pictures, he'll find a lot to like.
He did come close once: But, but, but hold on yourself, Spicer—what are you talkin' about?
He spoke to me, but not much; kissed me, but not much; caressed me, but not much.
But, but, but: Farage did have time for another American caller tonight, on his LBC radio program.
But, but, but: "Hide Replies has been one of Twitter's more controversial features to date," per TechCrunch.
But, but, but: The Trump administration, which opposes the project, has not imposed sanctions under existing authorities.
But, but, but: Some countries became much happier, and others much less happy, over the past decade.
But, but, but: The league will begin testing for opioids and cocaine, but only players who refuse to cooperate with treatment plans will be subject to disciplinary action.
But, but, but: The growth of EVs more than offsets the rise in fuel use from more traveling.
But, but, but: China's retail giants — Alibaba and — have tackled scale and lines without killing checkout altogether.
But it's an interesting gesture for exactly that reason, something small, but powerful—slow, but never crushingly so.
But, but, but: As we reported yesterday, these quiet, behind-the-scenes developments are transforming modern work now.
But, but, but: It's unclear exactly how the proposed Select Committee for a Green New Deal would function.
But, but, but: The longer view you take, the more you need to think about adjusting for inflation.
But, but, but: There's a good chance charges against Assange will have little to do with press freedom.
But, but, but: "I don't see this as a revolution," says Neil Saunders, managing director at GlobalData Retail.
But, but, but: More work beyond salary transparency is needed to close both the wage and investing gaps.
Get ready for less fights, but more competition; less crying, but more injuries; less screaming, but more cheering.
But, but, but: It's not as if NASA will make a ton of money from this pricing model.
But, but, but: It's not clear yet how much muscle the administration intends to put behind its words.
" But, but, but ... "few if any major plot twists about what happened that day in Dallas in 1963.
But, but, but: Feinstein, in contrast, talks about the Senate vote landscape, noting the absence of GOP support.
But-- but they are selling more ounces of liquid-- they've got more-- but they've got more brands now.
But let me also say... (APPLAUSE) But let me also say, remember... BAIER: But your answer is yes?
But, but, but: Facebook users nevertheless don't seem to trust social media services, including Facebook, with their data.
" But, but, but: Two hours after that tweet, Barr also said: "yes, I mistakenly thought she was white.
But, but but: Even if the government shifted some to Airbnb, it's unlikely to stop using hotels altogether.
But, but, but... while trust in media and platforms is declining, trust in journalism is on the rise.
But, but, but: New peril for moderate Dems in red states — many Americans are happy with Trump's economy.
But, but, but: The U.S. and Israel might each have a reason to hold off on formal recognition.
But, but, but: It's not clear how many drugs HHS could shift into Part D without congressional approval.
But it's fun to pretend what it would be like if they did for a night. But. But.
But, but, but: That's not a synonym for "independent" because the U.S. remains deeply connected to global markets.
But, but, but: EPA, in a response included with the report, pushed back against some of the suggestions.
But, but, but: It leaves a lot of policy details be sorted out later, to say the least.
But, but, but: "Forecasts of a supply gap persist, but they're being pushed further out into the future," Bloomberg reported in late January, and IEA has warned against complacency.
Diana is a tricky character: She needs to be optimistic but not naive, fierce but not frightening, unquestionably good but not tragically boring, intriguingly alien but not totally inhuman.
And -- but -- but, that said, words do matter.
Her character doesn't make a lot of sense—she's a cat lady, but she's also an adventurer, but she's also a shut-in, but she's also calm in crisis, but she's also overprotective and suffocating her children, but she's also . . .
But I&aposd say, I&aposm rather jealous, but -- but I won&apost hold that against you right now.
She is an artist whose work is political but not overwrought, small but not insignificant, gentle but not pliant.
But, but, but: Experts suggest these products make mostly unsubstantiated claims and in some cases can harm unwary buyers.
But, but, but: They also have large carbon footprints from powering data centers, manufacturing and, in Amazon's case, deliveries.
But, but, but: If the ranking included only onsite locations, the top 3 would be Target, Walmart and Prologis.
But, but, but: Federal law enforcement is exempt, so airport authorities like TSA would be unaffected by the measure.
But, but, but: There has been a growing number of people questioning Trump mental stability in no uncertain terms.
But, but, but: There's debate among scientists on when Native Americans' ancestors split into different branches, per the Atlantic.
But, but, but: The physicists are "not quite ready to claim that the puzzle has been solved," Nature reports.
But, but, but, it's easy to have the opinion "nobody deserves favors" after you've benefited from a favor, judge.
But, but, but: A lot of the administration's most significant changes to the ACA weren't in effect in 2017.
" But, but, but: "It's possible that the existing summit could take place or a summit at some later date.
But, but, but: The "60 Minutes" report is largely a rehash of familiar complaints against Google from longstanding opponents.
But, but, but, ESPN's linear channel is included in most skinny bundle packages, which have seen enormous subscriber growth.
But, but, but: Many experts expect self-driving cars to eliminate the need for parking, or greatly reduce it.
But, but, but: The benefits would not extend to those who exercise via paid smartphone apps or streaming services.
But, but, but: If the Trump base shows up in November, Republicans have a chance at holding the House.
But, but, but: Some researchers say there are broader limitations to characterizing the threat posed by radiation in space.
But, but, but: Land-use changes that help stem emissions can come with barriers and tradeoffs, the report notes.
But, but, but: This transition could be logistically burdensome, with thousands of prisoners, resources and staff to be relocated.
But, but, but: When private equity really wants a deal, it almost never lets size get in the way.
But, but, but: The space industry's transition to the future space economy could be overshadowed by an aging workforce.
But, but, but: It's unclear to what extent Bolton's exit may lead to any changes in the U.S. posture.
But, but, but: So far, the lobbying part of the group's advocacy has been pretty modest by Beltway standards.
But, but, but: The majors aren't dealing with the same financial pressures and reliance on capital markets as independents.
But, but, but: It's worth noting that some of the drop is because wind and solar keep getting cheaper.
But, but, but: Krebs added that states would value consistent, dependable funding more than a one-time cash splurge.
But mostly the academy has Marxists but not Falangists, Jacobins but not Jacobites, sexual and economic and ecological utopians but hardly ever a throne-and-altar Joseph de Maistre acolyte.
But, but, but: Don't discount the possibility that Trump has made up his mind — or all but done so — and is simply enjoying keeping everyone, even those closest to him, guessing.
But, but, but: It's less expensive than models currently available, which start at $49,000 and go up significantly from there.
But, but, but: Amazon has said it's determined not to do to its new home what it did to Seattle.
But, but, but: House Democratic leaders signaled a week ago that the select committee would not be granted subpoena power.
But, but, but: via Reuters, Morgan Stanley analysts see pretty good odds of an OPEC agreement that boosts prices again.
But, but, but: Efforts to stymie drilling on federal lands would face vigorous legal and political opposition and bureaucratic hurdles.
But, but, but: It's unclear when it might join Nissan's nearly decade-old Leaf EV as a mass-market product.
But but but…Altered Carbon sounds so good, and is so up my alley, that I just can't help myself!
But, but, but: High school is just one of the moving parts of education that experts say need to change.
But, but, but: "We do have to have massive new investments in the public sector," Inslee later clarified to reporters.
But, but, but: Donald Trump was a long shot to get the Republican Party nomination, let alone win the presidency.
But, but, but: What if you're in a tiny, tiny apartment, the kind that's increasingly prevalent in huge, packed cities?
But, but, but: Tech giants are under scrutiny for their huge energy use and business projects with fossil fuel clients.
But, but, but: The events won't be what climate activists and a bunch of candidates themselves — led by Washington Gov.
But, but, but ... One of the sources "said there was no evidence of Russian state involvement in the latest transfers."
But, but, but: This doesn't necessarily mean Trump is in personal legal jeopardy, much less on the road to impeachment.
" Floyd says he has nothing but respect for Bone -- "nothing but love" -- and he wishes him "nothing but the best.
Our activism is innovative but timid, our anger is burning but contained, our efforts are well-intentioned but altogether small.
I felt pressured to be perceived as intelligent-but-not-intimidating, confident-but-not-aggressive and approachable-but-not-dense.
But, but, but: Even with the pressure on the companies, no proposal has gained the traction needed to become law.
But, but, but: Airbnb still needs to fill crucial executive positions, including chief financial officer, before it can go public.
But, but, but: Despite all of those quasi-mitigating factors, PE firms do have moral obligations to portfolio company employees.
I'm arguing against a constant aghast (but not really), scandalized (but not quite), censorious (but titillated) rehashing of Trump's tantrums.
The meat is juicy but not gushy, the flavor full but not salty, the jus dark but not over-reduced.
What they're saying: But, but, but: Congress is currently on August recess, stalling their ability to act immediately on legislation.
But, but, but: Despite the increasingly sophisticated tactics, some of the kludgy methods used in past election campaigns persist undetected.
But, but, but: This fall has brought a fresh reminder of why the transition to electric vehicles faces headwinds, too.
But, but, but: Several states have independently passed laws matching the standards of the Bush-era rule, the Times notes.
But one of the -- it was, but that's okay.
CRUZ: Butbut Megyn, the bill was 1,000 pages.
Yeah, but it's really ... But it's fun for employees.
ML: Yeah, but we ... But it's not your story.
But - but - I haven't talked to Shonda, my wife.
But then – but bad news does not scare me.
But beyond that, I really ... But that's it. Yeah.
But to think ... Well, I don't, but go ahead.
But, ah, but, ah ... JF: That was a bit.
I understand but — WM: But wouldn't that be something?
But one of the — it was, but that's okay.
But that brings us to ... But wait, there's more.
Well, I could apply, but again ... But they'd know.
Her lyrics in this fertile early 280s era were highly analytical, closely observational, and deeply feminine, revealing an artist both anxious but cool, sensual but standoffish, shy but demanding, confident but evolving.
That combination won it CNET's best all-around scooter award versus the hardcore but extremely heavy Boosted Rev, cheap but weak Swagtron, long-lasting but boring Ninebot and speedy but scary Mercane.
But, but, but: The margin of error in the sub-groupings is ±4.1% for the boomers and older, but nearly 7% for the younger generations, so treat the numbers with some caution.
But, but, but: It's impossible to fully get a handle on the depth of the support for the Green New Deal.
RELATED: RNC delegates launch 'Anybody but Trump' drive But some Republican delegates are still supporting anybody but the presumptive Republican nominee.
But, but, but: "I see Walmart's advantage in food similarly to the way I see Amazon's online retail advantage," he says.
But, but, but: Thill, the Jefferies analyst, tells Axios that he does not perceive any real danger of a forced breakup.
But, but, but: The lawsuit goes one step further, naming technology vendors RelayHealth (part of McKesson) and Allscripts as co-conspirators.
But, but, but: Some scientists are skeptical that small, red dwarf stars are capable of hosting planets that could support life.
The tanky but slow one, the all-around balanced one, the powerful but fragile one, and the fast but vulnerable one.
But, but, but: Trump had a head start, and he still has a far larger war chest than any potential opponent.
But, but, but: If NASA wants to use Lockheed's architecture, the space agency will likely need to start funding it now.
But, but, but: Big portions of the proposal would require legislation, including new mandates, investments and tax credits, clouding its prospects.
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But, but, but: Steve Bannon has referred to Papadopoulos as a "nobody," and he wasn't familiar to other senior campaign aides.
But, but, but: The source cautioned that the conversations with the president have been relatively loose and open-ended so far.
But, but, but ... Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody's Analytics, tells Axios that less-watched statistics show more accelerated wage increases.
But, but, but: Would the Europeans let Trump win the Nobel Peace Prize if he extinguishes the Iran deal this month?
But, but but: In many cases, Facebook is offering more information to users before they agree to the new privacy settings.
But, but, but: GM has said there are no changes to its plan to roll out a commercial service in 2019.
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But, but, but: If indeed the field is headed for a dead end, the impasse certainly isn't around the next bend.
But, but, but: North Korean envoy Kim Myong Gil said the U.S. arrived "empty-handed," at the negotiation table, writes Bloomberg.
But, but, but: 39.5% view America as just another country acting in its own interests, up from 33.4% a year ago.
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But, but, but: Lazard cautions that the analysis does not include certain costs, such as transmission and grid integration for new projects.
But, but, but: When I spoke to an internal WeWork spokesperson today, she directed most questions about future board structure, appointments, etc.
But, but, but: So far, Boeing has not been charged with crimes relating to the two fatal 737 crashes or the Dreamliner.
But, but, but: There's no line to separate genuine collective action from the "influence campaigns" that these companies promise to protect against.
But, but, but: Count IEA among the mix of forecasters — both government and private — who have underestimated the extent of U.S. growth.
But, but, but: One enormous obstacle stands in the way of people hoping to slide sideways — or uphill — into a technology career.
But, but, but: "The voters in the West clearly became disillusioned with foreign policy failings, notably in Iraq and Afghanistan," he says.
But, but, but: Absent unexpectedly large Democratic gains in the Senate or a change to filibuster rules, major legislation faces daunting odds.
But, but, but: The ongoing crisis in Venezuela has shown that too much money chasing too few goods can still create problems.
But, but, but: Exceptions exist to this rule, just like there are a minority of people who exercise regularly and eat healthy.
But, but, but... It's worth noting that this kind of brinkmanship is fairly typical until practically the day before the government shutdowns.
But, but, but: The labs are easy to replace, the report states, typically taking around three or four days to re-build.
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But, but, but: There isn't enough information yet to know whether the orders will assert new powers that will speed up development.
But, but, but: As Axios' Dion Rabouin reports, the U.S. is growing increasingly out of step with the rest of the world.
But, but, but ... And wages — up 2.6% year on year — didn't grow as much as forecast and earlier figures were revised downward.
But, but, but: Less than half of Independents view the SCOTUS nominee as an integral part of their vote in the midterms.
But, but, but: With the talk of smart cities, participants questioned if new innovations are fueling a digital divide and exacerbating inequities.
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But, but, but: The move is very likely more of a messaging effort than a realistic chance at altering Trump administration policy.
But, but, but: It's not so clear that carbon constraints or peak demand would be Aramco's enemy, at least not for decades.
But, but, but: The ruling could affect litigants who bring cases with securities fraud claims in other jurisdictions, one expert tells Axios.
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But here's another reason: The tax bill creates diffuse but hard-to-trace costs alongside few but concentrated benefits; Obamacare repeal would have created concentrated easy-to-trace costs alongside few but diffuse benefits.
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But, but, but: Despite economic agreement behind a carbon tax, the politics around it have long been toxic in Washington, and elsewhere too.
But, but, but: The sweeping effort to remake regulations — which spans dozens of rules — will have consequences beyond the most high-profile fights.
But, but, but: The prospects for the bill are highly uncertain even if Democrats were to gain control of the Senate in 2020.
But, but, but: Wages for these jobs have remained flat, despite the boom, says Saba Waheed, research director at the UCLA Labor Center.
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But, but, but: The study notes that there are uncertainties involved in what is driving increased ice loss in the 1,8-mile region.
But, but, but: Investors did not seem rattled, cheering Facebook's revenue and user growth numbers with a 7% gain in after-hours trading.
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But, but, but: Dileep George, co-founder of the AI company Vicarious, said the player is still far from exhibiting genuine common sense.
But, but, but: These conversations have largely left out public transportation, local right-of-way issues, environmental concerns, infrastructure costs and regional coordination.
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But, but, but: The primary goal of the channel was "to recover stolen NSA documents" not to get information regarding the election hacking.
But, but, but: This still doesn't address the bigger issue plaguing the region, which is the continued funding of terrorism by Saudi Arabia.
But this new system is not only visible, but physical: it performs AI-type analysis not by crunching numbers, but by bending light.
But, but, but: As scooter tech improves and costs decrease across the board, it's possible that the vehicles won't be a primary differentiator.
But, but, but: The Atlantic reported on Tuesday that "Pruitt ordered" the raises for the two aides who moved to Washington with him.
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But, but, but: The French, Germans and the Brits think the chances of finding a formula which will satisfy Trump are very slim.
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But, but, but: Scientists and environmentalists note that even the Obama regulations didn't fully address climate change's role in the toxic waste threat.
But, but, but: Crude oil prices moved up back up somewhat on Friday, "supported by expectations of more OPEC production cuts," Reuters notes.
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But, but, but: It's not likely the bad PR Amazon is amassing for its fulfillment centers will significantly dent its profits, experts say.
But, but, but: China will likely use the technical standards to claim a UN seal of approval for its use of its products.
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But the local community has been nothing but receptive, they said.
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But as Shanley's story suggests, getting there is anything but easy.
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But, but, but: That projected mid-22040s peak doesn't mean that overall global demand for crude oil is reaching an inflection point anytime soon.
The state had no choice but to stand behind failing banks, but it took the ill-judged decision to all but abandon insolvent households.
But, but, but: Any actual oil exploration and production would happen well into the future, and the intensity of industry interest is not certain.
But, but, but: The most recent CNN poll suggests none of this has been insurmountable and that Trump's efforts on Ukraine may have backfired.
But given the choice between a dynamic but unfamiliar society and a static but familiar one, older countries tend to opt for the second.
But, but, but: Launching small satellites using a small rocket may not actually be the best or cheapest way to get them to orbit.
But, but, but: ZipRecruiter, unlike Glassdoor, found a big overall jump in data science salaries, which in February 2019 matched the all-time high.
But, but, but: While the specter of U.S. cyberattacks against Iran might bring to mind Stuxnet, we don't know what form these attacks took.
But, but, but: The White House said it will work with other producers to offset the loss of Iranian barrels in the global market.
Last but not least — we've written that cliché before, but here it is absolutely necessary — Teigen picked up not one but two sweet cereals.
But, but, but: Dessa hasn't published any technical details about how it made the voice — it promises a follow-up in the coming days.
But, but, but: The story did not play well in the security community, where the evidence is seen as insufficient to the central claims.
" But, but, but: "[S]uch start-ups are entering a market where companies have long been hesitant to spend big to prevent bad behavior.
But, but, but: "There is still some way to go ... before this becomes the 'go-to' manufacturing technology for aerospace applications," the researchers wrote.
But, but, but ... Two problems with this: We've written before about how advisers talk openly about Trump as if he were a naughty child.
We put up profiles, trying so hard to appear smart but approachable, passionate but looking-for-something-fun-and-light, goofy but also sexy.
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"Rotten Tomatoes critic score (Season 3): 100%What critics said: "It's gross, but not without purpose; painful, but rarely cruel; heartfelt, but never cheesy.
But, but, but: The PLO's executive committee secretary-general Saeb Erekat said he saw Abbas in person and stressed he is "in good condition".
But, but, but: If history is a teacher, it is still not clear that companies — even presented with the McKinsey map — will respond quickly.
But but but ... wages are also rising across the country, which will register in the economy as inflation, especially as interest rates tick up.
But, but, but: By taking itself out of the running, Kairos is guaranteeing that police won't have access to its potentially less-biased platform.
But, but, but -- Bloomberg was just as wealthy (if not slightly wealthier) the day after the debate than he was the day before it.
But, but, but: Bloomberg, which notes the projects would roughly double current U.S. export capacity, reports on "doubts" that they will actually be built.
But, but, but: Health care is the preferred focus for Democratic officials because of the margins they see in polling, especially with swing voters.
But what happens when you're grown and you still hate vegetables but there is no one to force you to eat them but yourself?
But, but, but: This is an art project, not an academic takedown of ImageNet, which is mostly intended to detect objects rather than people.
They have carefully crafted their biographies and resumes (and often their clothing choices) to appear tough, but not too tough, confident, but not too confident, ambitious, but not too ambitious, family oriented, but not too family oriented.
Men thought the ideal woman was beautiful but not vain; sexy but not slutty; game for pizza and beer but skinny; willing to comply with her partner's sexual desires but not seek her own with other men.
But what happened last week in the Oracle case is anything but.
But ultimately, they maintain that the problem is not money, but management.
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It's Friday the 13th, but these Amazon deals are anything but spooky.
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But, but, but: IPOs are just a moment in time, and Uber has still managed become a $76 billion company in less than a decade.
But, but, but: It's not yet clear exactly how much demand there will be in the private sector for human spaceflight to low-Earth orbit.
But, but, but: Klobuchar is among the Senate sponsors of the Green New Deal resolution, so there's one template for the "sweeping legislation" she mentions.
But, but, but: Anadarko said in a statement last night that they're not ready to switch horses, while pledging to carefully review the revised offer.
But, but, but: Berkshire Hathaway's vice chairman Charlie Munger said former Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan was a "casualty," and wishes Sloan was still there.
But, but, but: Republican Senate Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune still hopes Pai's move to roll back the rules will get Democrats to the table.
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But, but, but ... The trouble with dancing on the grave of ISIS is that it fails to understand the history of fights with Islamic extremists.
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But, but, but: Persistently low oil prices make new, expensive offshore drilling projects a lot less attractive to the industry than if prices were high.
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But, but, but: Trump's apparent reversal on Syria wouldn't be the first time he's backflipped on the foreign policy instincts he trumpeted during the campaign.
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But, but, but.... White House officials are well aware of Jackson's lack of experience running large organizations — the VA is the second-largest federal agency.
But, but, but: There's no strong evidence that the people who created and operate the major social media platforms built systemic political bias into them.
But, but, but: The paper's arrival coincides with emerging White House plans to intervene aggressively to halt closures of coal-fired and nuclear power plants.
But, but, but: The Constitution only explicitly prevents the president from pardoning himself in cases of impeachment, so any other instances are an open question.
But, but, but: In order to identify the 1,475 children they previously acknowledged, McClatchy reports the administration would've contacted only 7,635 children and their sponsors.
" But, but, but: "There are, however, still an elevated number of Americans who are stuck in part-time jobs and would prefer full-time work.
But, but, but: These estimates are still considered conservative, according to the study, as there are significant gaps in the data, particularly for Arab States.
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But, but, but: Basic improvements wouldn't be enough to meaningfully expand accessibility — and municipal governments in some cases already struggle to make basic infrastructure repairs.
But can we recommit ourselves to the low but steady process of politics, bartering and exchanging, which is incremental about means but radical about ends?
But, but, but: Other environmental groups advocating for aggressive action on climate change are nonetheless concerned about — and sometimes outright opposing — reactors operating 80 years.
But the true measure of authentic compassion is not only good intentions, but good results — not only feelings of personal satisfaction, but meeting high standards.
But, but, but: While the U.S.-China trade war is hurting other parts of the Chinese economy, its rust belt is actually benefitting, Attrill says.
But, but, but: Trump can, however, claim a measure of credit for pushing the Saudis to boost output last year, which put downward pressure on prices.
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But just as Marc Antony didn't come to praise Caesar but to bury him, they won't be doing so to support Trump but to defeat him.
But when he used aversion factoring — like goal factoring, but focused on what makes you avoid an unpleasant but important task — he made a surprising discovery.
But, but, but: As robots' capabilities expand, they could come for those and other jobs Walmart says it is setting aside for humans, says Brookings' West.
But, but, but: There are many "ifs" in this study, from the possible flaws in climate models to assumptions about how solar geoengineering would be conducted.
But, but, but: The U.S. is not rivaling the Saudis when it comes to crude oil exports anytime soon, even as the U.S. crude shipments grow.
But, but, but: The existence of a pricing system is no guarantee of emissions cuts (though pricing can also help indirectly by funding climate-related programs).
But, but, but: These sectors — clean energy production, efficiency, and environmental management — are "dominated" by men, skew older, and some lack racial diversity, the study finds.
But, but, but: The select committee is unlikely to be anything more than a messaging machine on both sides because it lacks subpoena or legislative power.
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But, but, but: "Like the invention of dynamite, something created with pure intentions has had ramifications that its creator never intended," writes Casey Taylor for Deadspin.
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But really, backs against the wall, he came through again, but he's really done that so much this year, but never in a game like this.
But, McCarthy also cast Spicer as a figure of real pathos -- someone desperate to please Trump but who met with nothing but opprobrium from the boss.
But, but, but: Even my most pessimistic sources tell me they think the political urgency to get something done will override the concerns of the holdouts.
But Borensztein says his movie is not political but reflects a general discomfort with institutions, not only in Argentina but in other parts of the world.
But, but, but: Berin Szoka, the president of TechFreedom and a witness at Thursday's hearing, noted the right "isn't a monolith" when it comes to Facebook.
But, but, but: The data show this not to be true for the entire global economy: Globally, energy consumption and GDP growth go hand in hand.
But, but, but: Much of what China is doing isn't directly transferrable to the U.S. context, because of the Chinese government's more direct control over research.
But, but, but: In the actual game of musical chairs, eventually the music stops and there is only one chair remaining, and one child the winner.
But, but, but: The achievement of carbon neutral status at airports is controversial because it is virtually impossible to attain without the purchase of carbon offsets.
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But, but, but: Since DACA recipients had to have arrived more than 12 years ago, the program has no clear magnet effect for those migrating today.
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But, but: There are two big differences between Stitch Fix and Blue Apron.
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But now we have no option but to make the best of it.
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But -- DALIO: Yeah, but – KERNEN: -- to go all the way down is crazy.
But we can't help but wonder, what happens after the cameras stop rolling?
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But hope remains for podcasts that have cultivated a small-but-mighty audience.
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But to Republicans, this information is but mere proof of Clinton's dastardly ways.
But the actress admits the couple's journey to conception was anything but straightforward.
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But she couldn't help but share a couple of sweet mother-daughter selfies.
But the Modern Family's real home life was anything but a Hollywood fairytale.
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But seven months on, the region's markets and economy look anything but welcoming.
But, but: No one wants to feel uncomfortable at such things, or hypocritical.
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But thanks to my favorite show, that anxiety has all but melted away.
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But few video game publishers invest in flawed, but ambitious projects like Ubisoft.
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