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We could geek out about how the dual-camera technology on the S6 MaxV uses AI to vacuum and mop while avoiding obstacles in your house, delivering eerily clean floors.
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Landmark hotels, which have long served as downtown gathering places and backdrops for the holiday season, are eerily, strangely vacant, having lost well over half their business and told most of their staff that they are not needed.
For the most part, agency and brand respondents hold eerily similar views of what’s important and what is not.
Under the glowing cabin lights of a westbound red-eye flight on April 3, 1954, James found himself eerily alone.
While the film eerily overlaps with aspects of the socially distant times we live in today, filmmaker Eleanor Wilson came up with the concept three years ago while in upstate New York with bad cell phone reception.
The wind whistled eerily through the scant-leaved scrub-oaks on the slopes above.
PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
It floated eerily in no orbit around anything, going nowhere; doing nothing.
PARIAH PLANETMURRAY LEINSTER
"A bad end," concurred the magical echo, its accent and intonation eerily reproducing those of the gamekeeper.
A raucous laugh interrupted the Mercurian's feeble voice, and it echoed eerily from the walls of the chamber.
Through the deep monotone of the breakers he could hear the land breeze sigh eerily about the building.

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