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Even with that preparation, clients are only so understanding when it comes to muted performance due to backend errors, according to buyers.
This review makes my experience seem muted, mostly because as a PC player, the experience of playing an “Assassin’s Creed” game in 60 frames per second is not particularly new — and “Valhalla” is still yet another “Assassin’s Creed” game.
Microsoft’s muted outlook yesterday is weighing on tech futures, with one prominent investor warning we’re staring at an “enormous” bubble for tech stocks.
Match has tested several versions of video dating the last 10 years, and prior to the pandemic, interest was really muted.
Agency executives said they believe the muted HBO Max pitch has to do with the uncertain audience size.
Each man gazed on the other, trying to find some word that might be fitting, but each muted by the dead weight of half a century.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
Momentarily they touched helmets, and Brownie's excited voice came to him, muted, but breathless.
DERELICTALAN EDWARD NOURSE
Dalgetty had to squint to see in and the muted light of the tavern was a harsh glare when his pupils were so distended.
THE SENSITIVE MANPOUL WILLIAM ANDERSON
The tone of the muted horn, for example, is perfectly familiar to the average musician.
The footfalls were muted on the polished pavement as the people passed slowly, their voices carrying a hint of puzzled uneasiness.
THE LINKALAN EDWARD NOURSE

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