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In the past, the sheer cost of purchasing full range solar energy units typically put them out the reach of millions across the continent—including some of those who need them the most.
Their sheer numbers showed a swelling commitment to the cause.
At times the sheer amount of sensory and contextual detail slows the pace of the book.
Yet even taking that approach, the fight against misinformation is daunting, given the sheer amount of it present on social media platforms.
Set in a prison, it was notable for the sheer quantity of full frontal male nudity, with characters shown in a variety of contexts, including showering and in their cells, fully naked.
Not only will the sheer number of cases be a problem for hospitals, but doctors will have more trouble guessing which infection they’re treating when a patient first walks in.
Its general findings are probably no surprise to most Ars readers—software has gotten bigger, more complex, and much more important in the past ten years—but the sheer scope can be surprising.
Habitat loss and overharvesting aside, a major challenge is the sheer pace of change—of warming, of the human-aided spread of pathogens, of the transport of invasive species around the world.
The hosiery pressed the mask tightly against the wearer’s face to seal it properly, but it’s sheer enough that it didn’t affect filtration.
The sheer number of near-daily breaches makes it difficult—if not impossible—for organizations, IT departments, and security professionals to cope.

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