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In a nutshell, it’s anything above the text of an article or ad, as well as a one-line link to another article, as on the paper’s homepage.
You’ve just summed up my entire scientific life in a nutshell.
In a nutshell, it’s a mobile identifier or a string of numbers advertisers use to identify Apple device users across apps and subsequently build a much clearer picture of how they behave.
Maybe one of the most stirring whooshes forward in the entire American culture finds a nutshell in the Fuller family from the northeast suburbs of Dallas.
In a nutshell, DSAs expand the outreach of search efforts by including keywords that do not necessarily belong to the existing list of search keywords.
Simplistic, cheap, and effective – this, in a nutshell, defined the Pilos Helmet.
But, sire, we women suppose all we fear, and we turn what is probable into truths; that is the whole of our art in a nutshell.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
Here in a nutshell is the biological basis of sex problem in human society.
TABOO AND GENETICSMELVIN MOSES KNIGHT, IVA LOWTHER PETERS, AND PHYLLIS MARY BLANCHARD
But their laughter died as the farmer opened the nutshell and began shaking out a great web of the finest linen.
MIGHTY MIKKOPARKER FILLMORE
The coach when it came turned out to be an empty nutshell and the five prancing steeds that were drawing it were five black mice.
MIGHTY MIKKOPARKER FILLMORE

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