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Named for the all-seeing stones in the fictional Lord of the Rings trilogy, Palantir combines myriad, ever-changing data streams into one centralized “source of truth.”
As a thought experiment, he began building a fictional universe called Hour Blue and soon saw it as a business opportunity.
The Sharks and the Jets, in the fictional-gangs-from-the-50s industry.
In Paralink’s case, the federal government takes the place of the fictional Hooli — and the establishment is again getting a run for its money.
The Bookshop, like Ryan’s fictional The Shop Around The Corner, is an old establishment, run more as a family set-up even though those who work there are not related by blood.
Factual material, however disguised, often shines through its fictional background.
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Next to "Hadleyburg," it is Mark Twain's greatest fictional sermon.
It has no fictional connection with the others; it is in no sense a sequel, but rather a companion story.
It was one of his many failures; for, unlike the great fictional detectives who never fail, Haggerty was human, and did.
THE VOICE IN THE FOGHAROLD MACGRATH
For a sample of a fictional continuous watch report might look like the following.

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