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It’s got a large and diverse ensemble cast, spread out over the world’s fictional topography — from barren battlefields to opulent cities modeled after places like Amsterdam, Vladivostok, and Moscow.
Bunshaft’s original design was a barren plaza, rich in geometry but poor in foliage and shade.
A world we have come to see as entirely barren, is now, we know, at least a little less so.
Either way, with PS4 controllers only supported on PS4 games and the market for third-party PS5 controllers almost entirely barren, the DualSense is more or less the only option PS5 owners have.
Nothing, however, can save us but a union, which would turn our barren hills into fruitful valleys.
The cost of extraction varies in different localities, depending mainly on the mass of barren rock to be encountered and removed.
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There the quantity of barren overlying rock and earth is enormous, and detracts immensely from the value of the mines.
ASBESTOSROBERT H. JONES
The coast is sandy, and from M. Peron's description, barren and unprofitable.
After a barren discussion she held out her hand, large and generous like herself.
Victoria is not very pleasantly situated, being surrounded by barren rocks.

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