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Garza worked in his small office, scribbling in notebooks and then later on a whiteboard on the wall, mapping a structure for the group.
The duo have reportedly been attending therapy for the past week or so, which perhaps explains why Justin posted a picture on Instagram of a whiteboard covered in therapeutic messages about Christianity exactly one week ago.
Four months ago, Bannon was a supporting player, with a whiteboard and telephone.
Over long, quiet days interspersed with cigarette breaks and black coffee, Galli diagramed connections on a digital whiteboard until his entire perception of the case changed.
Mel Silverman, who ran NCAP for CIFAR, remembers a young member scrawling equations on a whiteboard that were intended to be a mathematical description of consciousness.
Jason Roberts, wearing a green polo shirt, jeans and sandals, sits in a classroom at McKinley Middle School in Pasadena, Calif., feeding questions to four boys and two girls standing at whiteboards.
At the Chicago headquarters of G2 Crowd—a startup aggregating user reviews for business software and services—about seven HQ Trivia players gather near a whiteboard scrawled with online traffic statistics.
The nationalists prevailed in the early days of the administration, as Trump signed a flurry of executive orders on trade and regulations from a list of campaign promises Bannon had scrawled on a whiteboard in his West Wing office.
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