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A few camera shutters clicked, but mostly there was an eerie silence in a space that has been the location of so much tumult, so many emotions in such a short span of time.
There's also mmWave 5G this year, two "app shortcut" buttons on the side, and a shutter button.
As of Sunday, the government of Premier Stefan Lofven can fine and shutter businesses that fail to follow restrictions such as caps on visitors, as well as restrict private gatherings, under a new law that runs through September.
The Smart HDR feature combines several images every time you press the shutter button in order to try and provide the correct exposure across the entire image, even when there’s an abundance of contrast.
Before pressing the shutter, he waited for enough cloud cover to generate a soft, diffused light that could transform the sunny hiking spot into an otherworldly scene.
Anyway, every window of that tower, both the lower and the upper stories, is shuttered on the outside.
Its cruciform construction of red brick is unusual with its numerous high, white shuttered windows.
If Mademoiselle St. Clair were there she must be without lamp or candle, or the windows must be closely shuttered.
I could hear a child screaming behind a shuttered window and I wondered and imagined, but we did not stop anywhere.
MY WONDERFUL VISITCHARLIE CHAPLIN
For years they had only seen the mysterious shuttered doors and windows, and it was no wonder that they were delighted.
MAEZLIJOHANNA SPYRI

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