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Miguel cut the palm of his left hand with a sharp piece of metal at the recycling facility during a shift earlier this year, when he was 17.
Less than a mile from the trailhead, I took a sharp left up to a viewpoint overlooking the immense, technicolor eye of Grand Prismatic Spring.
In fact, the decline in cigarette sales in the United States has not been as sharp as expected.
HOW THE PANDEMIC GOT PEOPLE SMOKING AGAINMELINDA FAKUADENOVEMBER 12, 2020VOX
Frostburg State University will move classes online for the second time in as many weeks, following another sharp increase in coronavirus cases on campus, officials said.
Don’t let the name fool you—this stretchy button-up is sharp enough for the whiskey bar.
COZY, FASHIONABLE LAYERS FOR THE MAN IN YOUR LIFEGABRIELA AOUN AND JOE JACKSONNOVEMBER 10, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
You can throw it short distances for fun at the campsite, but it has three sharp edges that make it handy for slicing anything from kindling to sausage.
The timing of the suspension—just before Ant’s debut, and less than two weeks after Ma’s controversial speech—suggests it may have been a sharp reminder from China’s banking czars of who is in charge.
On both sides, two corners jut out like sharp edges of a sheet of paper.
Today on Freakonomics Radio, we see that the razor’s edge can get very sharp very fast.
This year, the sharp decline in air traffic due to the global pandemic means that fewer planes are flying, and so there’s less visibility into how common disruptions are, Berz says.

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