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As Women’s Media Center co-founder Jane Fonda said in her opening remarks, Clinton has for years been changing lives and ensuring that women’s rights are human rights and vice versa.
All the pieces use clay, glaze, gold leaf, wax encaustic and other materials to create hybrid worlds and creatures, transforming human figures into hanging gardens and vice versa.
All in all, opposite genetic changes in humans and mice (gain vs. loss of a gene or vice versa) were more common than cells experiencing similar changes in both organisms.
While the wire service is a separate product, articles from the Journal appear on its platforms and vice versa.
The military draws many recruits from the same communities and the same families, isolating those in uniform from society and vice versa.
The whole idea was the rich man marries a poor woman, or vice versa, and the parents oppose him and society doesn't want it.
But what if your little boy wanted to dress up in a costume traditionally designated for girls, or vice versa?
Once an Alexa user has invoked Cortana, for example, subsequent commands will only be stored by Microsoft, and vice versa.
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