Essentially, stealing them away from competitors.
It's powered by an artificially intelligent program that essentially re-paints your shot from scratch, leaving you with a truly unique finished product.
"There are now several million Russian citizens who are essentially bilingual and intimately acquainted with anglo societies," says Ricardo Soares de Oliveira, political scientist at Oxford university.
Essentially, it's a motorized window that converts into an all-glass balcony in under a minute.
Kupchak structured Porzingis' private Lakers workout as essentially a challenge of his manhood rather than a validation of his gifts.
When a person can transform themselves into a "brand" with some well-lit Instagram photos and considered Tweeting, essentially advertising someone else's product on their chest or handbag can become less appealing.
The advice to Londoners essentially boiled down to this: breathe less.
For example, "Even if you think you want to start exercising, your brain essentially thinks that you're a liar and that you don't actually like exercise," says Duhigg.
In Iceland, women earn 14 to 18% less than men, which means on an average eight hour workday, women are essentially working for free after 2:38 pm, according to labor unions and rights groups.
The repo essentially transforms the equity financing into a debt-like arrangement.
Leading up to previous lockout years, teams were essentially working in the dark, hoping future rule changes wouldn't blow up their plans.
"They do not use end-to-end encryption, which is essentially a kind of encryption that means that only the sender and the receiver are able to read the messages," Elsayed-Ali said.
The technology is essentially here, Barack Obama told Wired magazine this month.
Called "Freck Yourself," the cosmetic kit is essentially a set of sticky stencils accompanied by a rollerball of skin-pigmenting formula.
That means it's ready to go much faster than the skin that would essentially have to do that growing after grafting—rapidly speeding up the healing process.
He's essentially made himself into the man too cool to play Bond.
So the brain thinks, essentially, it's been being poisoned.
The fabric reattaches and essentially self-repairs, said Melik Demirel, a professor of engineering science and mechanics at Penn State.
"Hillary wants to abolish — essentially abolish the Second Amendment," he told the crowd.
She said:' They consist of amylose, which is a resistant starch - so called because it is resistant to stomach acid and digestive enzymes and it reaches the large intestine essentially intact.