Boasted [verb]

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Snapchat was the first to use Stories as a format, but it’s Instagram that popularized it and now boasts more than 500 million daily active users.

All your rivals are sorted here by their visibility — websites that rank well for popular keywords boast higher visibility score.

For this particular task, it is best to go with rank tracking tools that boast advanced location settings.

United Airlines boasts “your risk of exposure to Covid-19 is almost non-existent on our flights.”

Parler CEO John Matze has boasted about his service’s growth.

It comes in multiple colors and boasts up to 10 hours of battery life.

The league had boasted hundreds of participants, ranging from fifth to 12th grade, and had 270 high school players last year, according to Brent Gordon.

Europe does boast some of the most famous surveillance tech companies, including Gamma Group in the United Kingdom and Italy’s Hacking Team, which became Memento Labs.

Elliot boasts that “I got so much drip, you could see me surfing,” during her verse.

They also boast some of the most powerful magnetic fields in the known universe, roughly a billion times more intense than the strongest magnet engineers can create.