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During the ten minutes it was plugged in, the Mach-E only added a paltry 5 kWh.
The United States gained back a paltry 49,000 jobs in January.
The economy only grew by a paltry 1 percent in the last last three months of 2020, according to last week’s Bureau of Economic Analysis figures.
As articulate and attractive young adults, all three participants meet the basic requirements for influencer status, despite their initially paltry follower counts.
The paltry nature of expected per-person payments was explained last week by plaintiffs in a filing that asked the US District Court for the Northern District of California to approve the settlement.
That may seem rather paltry compared to the 8K ambitions of cameras like the Sony Alpha 1 and Canon’s R5, but those are much different cameras.
The guideline also only calls for a paltry 3 Mbps of upload speed, which felt low even when the guideline was established six years ago.
The computer itself relies on paltry integrated graphics, but the external case can hold up to an RTX 3080 inside.
If you’re used to a modern, high-end mirrorless camera, the 907X’s AF will feel paltry.
Paycheck Protection Program loans were paltry, and another stimulus bill isn’t coming any time soon.
SYNONYM OF THE DAYAPRIL 23, 2021

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