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In addition to 14 stationary drivers in the center, the outer speakers rotate at the ends of the perforated case in order to direct sound right where you need it without the need for extra devices strewn about your living room.
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There might be hundreds of millions or even billions of these sites strewn across the lunar surface.
On my most recent trip, I initially picked up a walking stick because the so-called trail we were following—the Western Uplands, in Algonquin Park—turned out to be one long river of rock-strewn, boot-sucking mud.
Lab counters were strewn with pipettes and roughly smartphone-size plastic plates that held 96 semi-spherical wells, each about a half-centimeter in diameter, in 8-by-12 grids.
Broken crocks should be strewn upon the tray, and on to this is heaped peaty soil mixed with sand.
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Indeed, it seemed that could Perry's wish have been complied with, I should be back on the "lead-strewn fields of Cuby."
My dear sir,” said Aristide, “trust in me, and your path and that of the charming Mrs. Ducksmith will be strewn with roses.
Suddenly the moon appeared between the branches, and then the waves were strewn as if with countless stars.
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This Catacomb has been often rifled, and the galleries are strewn with marble fragments of its monuments.
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