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- n. The act or process of making something sparse
- n. The reduction to zero of elements of a matrix
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He was staring absent-mindedly at his desk, his fingers working through the part in his sparsing hair.
Anguss and Mearnes, whome that bloody man caused murther in the ground of the Sea-toure of Sanctandross, and then caused to cast him ower the craig, sparsing a false bruyt, "That the said Johnne, seaking to flie, had broken  his awin craig."
#9 - talk about sparsing every word 100 times. id agree most foreign policy observers agree Iran has historically sought to exhibit influence in the Arab world, as they are now.
13D: Person in a tree, briefly (sib) - saw through this "tree" very quickly, just as I can now see through the trees out my window - brilliant orange but sparsing up fast.
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