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In the long run, winning the lottery almost certainly would give the Magic their best chance in years to add a cornerstone player.
But my biggest takeaway was that none of these advancements will be successful in the long run if done without inclusion.
Meyers then cited various statistics about how the bill will benefit the extremely wealthy, while damaging low-income families in the long run.
But ceding control of your car to a computer may be safer and more efficient in the long run, says Professor Paul Jennings, from the UK's Warwick University, one of the UK's leading research centers for autonomous vehicles.
In light of these facts, mainstream media outlets have reported that the GOP tax bill primarily benefits the wealthy in the short term — and could actually raise taxes on ordinary Americans in the long run.
In the long run, there’s also the question of whether there will be enough work for everyone — or whether, as some have speculated, automation may replace large numbers of workers altogether.
In the long run, most Americans will see no tax cut or a tax hike.
In the long run, however, Alex Gonzalez-Davidson of Mother Nature is optimistic.
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