Forged [adjective]

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World leaders’ attempts to forge global AI regulations have been half-hearted and halting.

Turkey, which was the first Muslim-majority nation to recognize the fledgling Jewish state, forged close cooperation on defense and security with Israel in the 1990s.

Palantir Global Head of Business Development Kevin Kawasaki said that while smaller companies may find Palantir’s products useful, the company is focused on forging ties with the largest 6,000 global businesses.

The ants and the bacteria then forged a partnership that now develops, reproduces and evolves as a single unit.

With a vast cloud of uncertainty blanketing the sport, more than half of all FBS programs are still planning to forge on.

Internationally, we’ve turned our back, not just on agreements forged by my husband, but on alliances championed by presidents like Reagan and Eisenhower.

You’ll root for him as he looks for sex and romance – while knowing that the bond forged between Charlie and Kathi is its own love story.

As part of the World Brain Death Project, Sung and his colleagues convened doctors from professional societies around the world to forge a consensus on how to identify brain death.

Because Jiankui forged ethical review documents and misled doctors in the process, he was sentenced to three years in prison and fined $429,000 last December.

In every smithy and factory bowie-knives were being forged with all speed, and 10,000 men were already armed with them.