Aimed [adjective]

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Albeit frank about its aim to build more brand awareness, 85% of the show’s time teaches, for free, how to build a business to success.

The aim of this program is to boost confidence in math among 6th and 7th graders.

At the 11-minute mark, Schulman explains the initiative and its aims.

On updating e-commerce rules and liability — which is a stated aim of the DSA plan — Google is cautiously supportive of regulatory changes to reflect what it describes as “the digital transformation of the last two decades.”

Amazon’s Project Kuiper has similar aims but has yet to loft any satellites.

Remember that Kant says that, alongside respecting others’ dignity, we must also help them achieve their aims, provided those aims are not immoral.

It was conspicuously quiet when Mikhail Sergachev and Brian Boyle dropped their gloves and took aim at each other’s faces.

That is to say, it would be a candidate if web browsers weren’t taking aim at redirect tracking as they have other potential third-party cookie stand-ins like device fingerprinting — but, you guessed it, they are.

Upday’s stated aim is to deliver relevant news taken from 4,000-plus publishers using editors and algorithms.

The strategic aim of the Serpstat research was to use a numbers-driven approach and highlight insights that go beyond subjectivity.