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Something that seems hardcore to one person might translate into major swooning for you, and vice versa.
In 2001, every teenager with access to MTV and Teen People wanted to find the Britney Spears to their Justin Timberlake (or vice versa).
The bigger benefit, though, is the fact that allowing your Apple Watch to share data with exercise equipment and vice versa can help both devices provide more precise observations about your workout.
Gerwig knows how easily children can wound their parents and vice versa, and the film’s best moments spring from those (often accidental) blow-ups.
No doubt, Cousins has moved on more easily from the Kings than vice versa.
Do Never Trumper hold Trumpers in contempt more than vice versa?
What’s more important here is not who's done what, but what draws us to danger and how much a victim can also become an aggressor and vice versa.
The Red Devils held a similar gesture last year against Leicester City when the mascots wore the players names and vice versa.
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