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This year’s top engineering feats smack of the sort of sci-fi future-gazing you can find in retro issues of Popular Science.
THE 100 GREATEST INNOVATIONS OF 2020POPULAR SCIENCE STAFFDECEMBER 2, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Kyra often smacks herself on the side of the head with her hand or bites her palm so hard she draws blood, said her mother, Ka Wade.
PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES WERE PROMISED HELP. INSTEAD, THEY FACE DELAYS AND DENIALS.BY AMY SILVERMAN FOR ARIZONA DAILY STAR, WITH DATA ANALYSIS BY ALEX DEVOID, ARIZONA DAILY STARNOVEMBER 5, 2020PROPUBLICA
Then imagine a raging river where the water smacks into the piling and becomes turbulent.
DART will travel to the 780-meter asteroid Didymos, where, in the fall of 2022, it will smack into Didymos’s 160-meter moonlet Dimorphos at well over 14,000 miles per hour.
To better understand the Hyades cluster, Oh and Evans compared the speed of stars smack in the center to those escaping from it.
Scotch shrewdness has occasionally a certain smack of mild hypocrisy, which, however, does no harm to anyone.
The little bullet-headed Jim was drafted off to the workhouse school, and from thence to a small fishing-smack.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
The new smack was flying a flag at her masthead, but Jim could not read well enough to make out the inscription on the flag.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
On one grey Sunday morning a pretty smack came creeping through the fleet.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN
The skipper of the smack invited Jim to go below, and handed him a steaming mug of tea.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN

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