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embrace, embracing, embracementnoun
the act of clasping another person in the arms (as in greeting or affection)
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The numerical value of embracing in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of embracing in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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At best, it could be seen as a half-step, but not a full step, to embracing the actual medical utility of cannabis.
I think it was very astute of the director. I'm not saying me but any woman playing that role just really opens the film up to the female audience as much as anything, ... It's much more embracing, it brings us all into the argument. It's not just then a macho movie, you know about men making war.
If you're a brand, company, start-up or a celebrity and you're not embracing or adapting to digital content, you are already too late, it’s all about being relevant. And to celebrities, this is what drives them; being in the spotlight, the press, and generating buzz. That's why you see celebrities like Katie Couric, Martha Stewart and Chelsea Handler going digital. We now live on our phones, iPads and devices.
The Democrat Party doesn't believe in speech and that's the whole point of this book, ‘American Marxism.’ We have these elements in this country that are embracing the totalitarianism of an Americanized form of Marxism, it’s on our college campuses, where academic freedom is really a joke, free speech on the internet is really a joke. More and more of our liberties are being smothered, and somebody needs to bring attention to it, needs to give it the right name and needs to talk about how we confront it. And that's the point of the book.
Defeat is embracing what doesn’t work
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