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There are some folks who point out, correctly, that Pearl is at work on a causal calculus, that is, a calculus that can do causal reasoning.
Jackie is the pearl of a new restaurant in Navy Yard, a high-concept addition to the neighborhood’s dining scene.
Those with means have shifted to grow crops such as pearl millet, cow peas, bottle gourd and corn — essentially anything but rice — that use a fraction of the water.
Most recently, LNC was used to grow watermelon, pearl millet, and zucchini in the desert outside Dubai.
There’s a pearl of old internet wisdom to be skeptical of everything you see on the Internet.
"The Seorita is a pearl of prudence and discretion: do whatever she desired you," said Alphonse.
I must admit that there is some excuse for you; the pearl of Andalusia is undoubtedly ravissante.
It must have been the window-panes, for he was anxious to get the most beautiful mother-of-pearl he could find.
He knows the whole piano literature, and is continually fishing up some new or old pearl or other to surprise one with.
The wind-blown rain-makers lost their leaden hue and became a soft pearl-gray, all fleecy white around the edges.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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