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You can choose to use a router, hollow chisel mortiser, or chisel to create your mortises.
For many developers, such as Epic’s Sweeney, that explanation rings hollow.
That rings rather hollow if these leaders are not willing to take positions in support of the very system that has allowed them to become big wheels.
Take Nestlé’s first attempt at a sugar-reducing technology that hollowed out the molecules in order to cut sugar by about a third without compromising the desired sweetness.
Showerheads are hollow and will float, most likely with the holes facing up—which clearly defeats the purpose.
So, on April 24, 2018, when the last sun rays fell over Belize’s Lamani Archeological Preserve, the team put mist nets on every possible exit of a hollow tree where a colony of about a hundred Vampire bats nested.
We set very detailed requirements for culture and values supported by systematic structure, and it is not just hollow words.
Giant pumpkins, after all, can be hollowed out to make pretty good canoes.
The hollow handle provides storage so everything’s available when you need it.
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That line of reasoning reminds me, though, of the hollow knock against Apple back in the day.

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