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The new family of algorithms, appropriately dubbed “Go-Explore,” smashed notoriously difficult Atari games like Montezuma’s Revenge that were previously unsolvable by its AI predecessors, while trouncing human performance along the way.
The Rams trounced the Seattle Seahawks because their defense provided a pick-six and dominated.
The speed of this progress—trouncing every land-speed record for vaccine development in history—has been nothing short of mind-blowing.
She still continued to threaten to trounce us, a menace which always provoked us to laughter.
A PIONEER MOTHERHAMLIN GARLAND
"Now will I trounce you right well, stripling," cried the tall man, grasping his cudgel.
ROBIN HOODPAUL CRESWICK
"You were the first one he asked for when he came to his senses," said Mrs. Trounce, as Paul stepped softly to the bedside.
THE HERO OF GARSIDE SCHOOLJ. HARWOOD PANTING
You must make up your mind to get off that bed as soon as possible, mustn't he, Mrs. Trounce?
THE HERO OF GARSIDE SCHOOLJ. HARWOOD PANTING
"I shall really have to ring the bell and send for Mrs. Trounce," said Paul firmly.
THE HERO OF GARSIDE SCHOOLJ. HARWOOD PANTING
Well,” said Lucifer, “since ye are all so ready with your arms, come with me to trounce the other rebels.
This was the young man who, less than an hour ago, was vowing to trounce the author of "Ashes" for his gloomy view of life.
THE CALL OF THE TOWNJOHN ALEXANDER HAMMERTON

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