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the national rollout of a new wireless service
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The complete recorded set of the Schumann symphonies, released this year after a two-year rollout in live concerts, conjures up all the composer’s dramatic subtlety and vigor.
This cover's rollout is significantly less drama-filled than Lupita's previous cover effort for Grazia U.K., which got criticism from the actress and her fans when it was revealed that Lupita's kinky puff was retouched out of the image.
The sluggish rollout of the Model 3 hasn’t been due to a lack of demand.
There's a reason that so much of the rollout in September focused on the improvements to the Watch's fitness and activity apps and functions, and introduced cellular and Apple Music integrations within that framework.
Tesla’s rollout of the Model X sport-utility vehicle in 2015 also was plagued by quality and design issues that left suppliers scrambling and hourly workers having to rush to meet lofty goals.
The company is planning a similar rollout in China.
Budget constraints continued to hamper the rollout.
The next steps for rollout and distribution will be announced in January.
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you'll have to roll out by at least 8:00 a.m. in order to get there on time
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Even so, most executives in government begin rolling out announcements fairly quickly. Gov. John Bel Edwards, for example, held a news conference the day after his election and began making appointments within a month.
Many companies have already been rolling out software updates.
With Thomas making his return, Nike has been rolling out Thomas' shoes (which used to be featured in Boston Celtics green) in Cavs color schemes.
The changes are expected to roll out to other Walt Disney World Resort Hotels in the coming weeks.
The report comes as homeland security officials begin to roll out a biometric exit system that uses facial recognition scanning in 2018 at all American airports with international flights.
This week, Hallandale was poised to roll out a full-scale program that would have given 40 officers and eight sergeants body cameras at an average cost of $42,000 a year for the next five years.
In the fitness realm, after adding features like greater water resistance, GPS location tracking, and a barometric altimeter for elevation tracking, Apple recently began rolling out the ability for its watch to connect directly with gym equipment.
Heller’s story starts with Taavi Kotka, the chief information officer who helped roll out the e-Estonia project.
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Synonymsget up, rise, arise, turn out, uprise
Antonymsbed (down), retire, turn in
Related Wordsarouse, awake, awaken, bestir, stir, wake
Near Antonymscatnap, doze, drop off, lie up, nap, nod, rest, sleep, slumber, snooze; bunk, perch, roost, settle; couch, doss (down) [chiefly British], flop (down), lie (down), recline
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