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An account of objectivity's constraining power is offered.
They are thus concerned with how contemporary South African writing, not as Ashcroft, Griffiths and Tiffin (1999: 6) suggest abrogates what was once "the constraining power and the appropriation of language and distinctive usage" of any nationalist discourse but for the recovery of what has been under erasure.
Both companies understand the challenges faced by today's data center managers: the need for higher throughput and lower latency while lowering costs and constraining power consumption.

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