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Indeed, that was the operating word, adapting, as the road was opened and closed several times, with residents keeping close watch of cresting levels.
Floods late this week ravaged communities near St. Louis due to cresting of the Meramec River, which runs into the Mississippi River.
Pentatonix won The Sing Off in 2011, just as the a cappella phenomenon was cresting.
In developing these tools, Kasisto and MoneyStream join a multitude of other companies that are riding the cresting wave of artificial intelligence to surface information that's useful for humans.
The show presents a nation, and the sensibilities of its artists, in a period of transition, with violence cresting, identities in flux and some brave souls hatching plans.
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