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  • adj. comparative form of sparse: more sparse

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Examples

  • Suda 51: Middle market is key to refreshing Japanese game industry Activision confidence bolstered by 2009 lineup, 'sparser' competition Realtime Worlds teases ambitious new project, deets coming in 2010

    Joystiq [Nintendo]

  • Analyst: PlayStation Motion Controller better for core gamers than Natal Study: gift card style disc activation could boost game, movie sales by $6 billion Suda 51: Middle market is key to refreshing Japanese game industry Activision confidence bolstered by 2009 lineup, 'sparser' competition Realtime Worlds teases ambitious new project, deets coming in 2010

    Joystiq [PlayStation]

  • ยป Activision confidence bolstered by 2009 lineup, 'sparser' competition Top Two Slots on Newest TOP500 List of Supercomputers Unchanged, but New Systems in Germany,

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Religious networks seem to be slightly denser in the South, sparser in the Northeast, and sparser among whites.

    American Grace

  • Clearly, Pandora eager to please its new investors, as well as its competitors, will be doing all they can in the coming years to woo advertisers away from FM and onto the smartphone, where smaller, sparser ads can deliver equivalent revenue through more accurate demographic and locational targeting than FM could ever manage -- not to mention the fact that it is now a social network, too.

    Eliot Van Buskirk: FM Broadcasters Are Freaking Out About Pandora

  • This becomes a stony track as the views widen out, the trees become sparser and I get my first sight of the Allendale chimneys.

    Country diary: Allendale, Northumberland

  • The trees became sparser -- he could see where they had crumbled, like the ruins of a city razed in battle and long forgotten.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • It will likely be sparser in the Midwest and also, ultimately, in those parts of the Southeast that are dependent on manufacturing.

    Where'er you walk

  • Before, diners would eat and drink wines to their own tastes, but the Russian service, with its sparser table made it logical to serve a particular wine with each course.

    Setting the Table | Edwardian Promenade

  • And if much of the island's sand is buried beneath rows of sunbeds, it doesn't take a great deal of effort to find a windier, sparser and less manicured slice of island life.

    Insiders' guide to Greece

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