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The issue comes from Google's desire to emphasize the Buds' speaker placement, which is split into three little openings—two for normal/higher frequencies, and one for bass resonance.
Fact and fiction intersect at a high frequency in pro wrestling, and WWE has to promote its product as cutting edge and revolutionary.
Objects with smaller statures—shorter buildings, for instance—are more susceptible to high frequencies.
But even pretty high frequency mechanical oscillators only have oscillation frequencies of a few MegaHertz; SQUIDs have frequencies of a few GigaHertz.
Two mutations that decrease expression of this gene were found in high frequencies in people with the darkest skin.
There are a few ‘mountains’ representing individual [candidate cancer-causing] genes mutated at high frequency.
But even pretty high frequency mechanical oscillators only have oscillation frequencies of a few MegaHertz
Those 22 high frequency routes serve the city’s densest, busiest areas.
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