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That puts us at the mercy of every tech platform and app maker that is fighting for precious shards of our attention.
He and his colleagues at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics had gathered shards of dolomite eroded from a cliff face on the Hármashatárhegy mountain in Budapest.
Workers wore safety goggles to protect their eyes from the shards of metal that blew in their faces.
Those powdery bits are like “broken shards of glass,” notes Mihály Horányi.
If your armor is almost gone, use the shoulder mounted flamethrower to turn a damned soul into a fountain of green armor shards.
He picked up a shard of rubidium that served as a paper weight and toyed with it.
THE STUTTERERR.R. MERLISS
Shard bent his eyes sharply on Ralph, and once more the boy felt uncomfortable.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
Captain Shard gathered up his reins, nodded carelessly, and went off down the street in a small cloud of dust.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
Shard was smiling seductively, though his gaze seemed hard and penetrating.
RALPH GRANGER'S FORTUNESWILLIAM PERRY BROWN
Apparently Sparrow crossed somewhere about the present Shard Bridge.

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