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invocation,

n a prayer requesting and inviting the presence of God.
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Invoke is similar to the1/2AaAaAeA~ Amazon Echo1/2AaAaAeA~ and1/2AaAaAeA~ Google Home1/2AaAa Speaker device.
Invoke, with Cortana, is a voice-activated speaker that can play your favorite music, manage calendars and activities, set reminders, check traffic, deliver the latest news and much more.
With Build being focused towards developer community, Microsoft might showcase various ways to integrate apps with Cortana on the Invoke speaker.
In 2015, Invoke doubled its sales in SaaS and Cloud-based software.
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Santiago, he said, cannot invoke Section 20 during that day.
MICHIGAN - A Syrian couple opening a Detroit area restaurant called "The Bomb" said they want to invoke the slang term for "awesome" rather than terrorism.
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26:25), yet Jacob is never reported to invoke the name of the Lord.
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LaBouf is not the first Baptist to invoke such proscriptions against the ministry of women, certainly.
Local governments often invoke eminent domain to evict homeowners so as to make land available to a developer of luxury condos.