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Similar to ergonomic keyboards, the K380 has sculpted keys that mirror the shape of your fingertips, a design choice that makes for fluid and quiet typing.
Another school of thought thinks that dreams are our brain’s way of simulating future possibilities, silently sculpting our brain’s neural networks so that if a prediction does happen, we’re able to learn faster and more efficiently.
That’s what some plastic surgeons are banking on when they sculpt their clients using a universal proportion known as the Golden Ratio.
These books laid out the quantitative foundations of classical mechanics, established the idea of gravity as a force sculpting the cosmos, and set up space and time as absolutes.
In Africa, hippos act as ecosystem engineers, transferring nutrients from land to lakes and sculpting new channels for water as they tread across dry earth.
I have been looking at Theodore; do you know, he has a good head to sculpt.
THE WOMAN WHO VOWEDELLISON HARDING
I'm here to read the proof-sheets of my hanbils as fast as they're sculpt.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF ARTEMUS WARDCHARLES FARRAR BROWNE (AKA ARTEMUS WARD)

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