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use "operate" in a sentence

Oculus would operate as its own division, Facebook executives said.

The two groups continue to operate under close police surveillance.

Boston-based DraftKings, however, has continued to operate as usual.

And if capital controls are not lifted, how can the economy operate?

Details about how the list will operate are expected in a few months.

There are many legitimate charities that operate on a national scale.

Certainly of clubs who operate fairly and within the laws of the game.

In Georgia, you can't operate a drone within five miles of the Capital.

It's completely unreasonable to believe anyone could operate that way."

The most important part is how easy it is to operate this system.

Orange Line trains will operate every 24 minutes throughout the weekend.

“I don’t think we knew how to operate those stores,” says Roberts.

The operating cost to operate both houses is more than $800,000 per year.

If any one thing goes down, we can still operate the system, he told CNN.

We have to operate under the assumption that it was human caused."

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