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The program can plunk users in virtual seats around a digital space and use the headgear’s internal motion sensors to track participants’ head movements.
The agency’s refusal to greenlight a Bitcoin ETF, says Selkis, has created a system that enriches the wealthy—those who can plunk down $50,000 to take part in Grayscale’s private offerings—while stiffing ordinary investors.
When the deal was announced, many were stunned that Facebook would plunk down a billion dollars for a company with 13 employees.
Some initially questioned why Facebook plunked a seemingly staggering sum to acquire a messaging app.
That explains why SoftBank’s Vision Fund and Honda plunked down more than a billion dollars of investment in Cruise last year.
Cash flinched again, wavered, swallowed twice, and got up so abruptly that Lovin Child sat down again with a plunk.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
He heard something hum past his head and plunk into the pilot house behind him.
SHAMANROBERT SHEA
He had lots of plunk; which accounted for Matey's choice of him as a friend among the juniors.
It came flying plunk out through the front window—and it stuck right into a tree like a dagger.
TOM SLADE WITH THE COLORSPERCY K. FITZHUGH
In some hidden spot outside the temple something went plunk.
THE LOST WARSHIPROBERT MOORE WILLIAMS

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