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“Slim and feature-packed, the enV3 boasts a full, compact QWERTY keyboard with large, widely-spaced keys and a 2. 6″ internal screen for easy, breezy texting.”
“But The Deadwood Beetle also grew out of very specific research, undertaken while I wrote and thought about the book, into such widely-spaced matters as the diversity and complexity of the insect world, cycles of stories associated with the legend of Tristan and”
“The thin, coloring book-sized tome -- 50 pages of large, widely-spaced type that WND is selling for $19.95 -- purports to be:”
“Start three widely-spaced smoky fires and wait for rescue.”
“And everyone lives in widely-spaced subdivisions, with not much sign of community centres.”
“Low to middle elevations are grazed and support Gambel oak, widely-spaced ponderosa pine, and mountain brush.”
“At lunch on a usual day, it's widely-spaced six or seven round tables are occupied by influential industrialists, leading professionals and opinion makers.”
“Three instruments — oboe, bass clarinet, and piano — jab individual notes, widely-spaced chords, and occasional melodic fragments at each other, while three percussionists accompany with tom-toms and congas, then cymbals, then both.”
“I think that it is interesting that Mendelssohn could have avoided the parallel 5th, and could have gone down to an F in the bass rather than up to an A flat, but he chose harmonic movement that was more fragile in order to make this moment really stand out, reinforced by the switch between close voicing and widely-spaced voicing.”
“Islands in the Pacific being numerous and widely-spaced, there were quite a few of them where the first serious contact with white people only came in the early to mid 1900's.”
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