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Then be grateful for this perk,And forget that the economy is dreck, And while I plot my coup — here’s what I’ve got for you,It’s just a speck.
Hundreds of specks appear clustered beyond Neptune, a hint that something up to 10 times as massive as Earth might lie beyond.
That star was no longer an anonymous speck floating in a vast uncharted sea.
An atomic nucleus is a vanishingly small speck at the core of a comparatively vast atom.
Some of these negatively charged electrons will be absorbed by the surrounding specks of dust.
Dick pointed to a black speck on the water, a considerable distance ahead of them.
Nigger, as his name implied, was a magnificent coal-black animal without a speck of white upon him anywhere.
They came to a turn in the passage and for a moment a little speck of light showed ahead of them.
The upper edge of the sun was just visible above the horizon, gleaming through the haze like a speck of ruddy fire.
One of the officers instantly went to the top with his binocular, bringing it to bear on a small, far distant speck on the ocean.

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