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Without protection, puny electronic components in a robot don’t have a chance.
It’s not because these puny males risk their lives for love.
THE UNGENTLE JOY OF SPIDER SEXARS CONTRIBUTORSNOVEMBER 29, 2020ARS TECHNICA
This is why the visual-language data sets that exist are so puny.
Prior to that data protection rules existed in the region but could be easily ignored, given puny penalties.
Take out that number, and Tesla’s total net income from autos, batteries, and services drops from a puny $104 million to a minus $300 million, or almost 5% of all-in sales.
Mrs. Jordan, a British matron of solid proportions, passed down the path on the arm of a comparatively puny cavalier.
Joey was puny and hairless as ever, but in Rose's face as she looked at him there was a flush of maternal tenderness and gravity.
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR
It can set him up with a semblance of bodily strength, when otherwise he would be puny and fragile.
You can fin' her on Cannon Street, but I'll tell you dat she's pretty puny now, since her stroke.
No longer did his heavy battle axe seem to weigh on his puny arm.

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