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Her new Party of Hope quickly gained popularity, and took in a wave of disaffected opposition lawmakers.
Police have heightened their focus on e-bike riders as the vehicles have gained popularity in recent years.
Denying Catalans their vote may only increase the sense of distrust towards Madrid from Spain’s other regions, such as Galicia and Basque country, both of which have had their own independence movements of varying degrees of popularity.
An artist grew in popularity, a fan base expanded and deepened, and those people wanted to communicate with one another.
President Donald Trump's approval ratings have consistently reached historic lows, but many argue a president's popularity isn't nearly as important as pundits think.
The instantly familiar checks gained popularity as an all-American summer dress fabric during WWII.
The shows have been growing in popularity since their inaugural event in 2013, so Science caught up with Weinersmith on the eve of his San Francisco, California, show to chat about where the idea came from and what makes for funny, phony science.
Despite warnings from American top brass to use amphetamines with caution, the drugs gained immediate popularity—and the same top brass that issued official guidelines looked the other way when their recommendations were ignored.
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