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The rover will continue its journey around Jezero and is arguably being upstaged by its aerial buddy Ingenuity—a small helicopter that has now made 12 flights on Mars.
NASA’S PERSEVERANCE ROVER FINALLY SCOOPED UP A PIECE OF MARSNEEL V. PATELSEPTEMBER 2, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
That visit came before his brother did the same, leading a Jordanian insider to tell Reuters Hamzah had upstaged the king.
JORDAN’S ROYAL FAMILY FEUD AND ALLEGED COUP PLOT, EXPLAINEDALEX WARDAPRIL 9, 2021VOX
Upstage, burned a driftwood fire in a low hearth of rough bricks; Judge Tiffany sat there, in a spindle-backed chair, reading.
THE READJUSTMENTWILL IRWIN
Few are native-born New Yorkers, and scarcely any of them go around with their noses in the air in an "upstage Eastern manner."
IF YOU DON'T WRITE FICTIONCHARLES PHELPS CUSHING
Single rose-coloured corduroy curtain for archway up R. hung on upstage side of arch.
MR. PIM PASSES BYALAN ALEXANDER MILNE
One perceived, dimly, a high sombre draping, very far upstage.
NIGHTS IN LONDONTHOMAS BURKE
A similar door, opening into the bedroom of the shack, upstage right.
FIFTY CONTEMPORARY ONE-ACT PLAYSVARIOUS
So She floats through all Her changes and retires upstage into the arms of the dusk.
LETTERS OF TRAVEL (1892-1913)RUDYARD KIPLING
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