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We categorize experiences as yeses, nos, and maybes based on risk, reward, and the precise ways our bodies like to feel.
This adds tension to combat encounters since one must be very precise.
Painterly yet precise, Joseph Cortina’s pictures indicate a substantial commitment to his art.
Now, Agol, Dorn and colleagues have made the most precise measurements of the TRAPPIST-1 masses yet.
Amazon’s Ring Neighbors app exposed users’ precise locations and home addresses
If you’re interested in calculating a precise water temperature, check out the equations and information over on King Arthur and another great bread blog, the Perfect Loaf.
Still, it does consider precise geo-location information and persistent identifiers in the sensitive data category.
Other terms help lay out precise directions with geographic cues.
Once the scans are finished, Hirox’s software can spit out a huge variety of data, including typical 3D models, topographical maps, and super-precise horizontal measurements.
O’Connell defines a ritual as “a specific act or series of acts that are performed in a precise manner and repeated often,” often requiring intense concentration.

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