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In a nutshell, kids ages 3-5 were presented with a sad puppet and a sticker.
A cynic might say that store captures this town in a nutshell: a shop transplanted from Williamsburg to Lawrenceville, the hippest neighborhood in Pittsburgh, selling vintage workwear to the techies who replaced the steelworkers.
In a nutshell, spot-targeting fat isn't very effective—in most cases.
In a nutshell, spot-targeting fat isn’t very effective—in most cases.
The nutshell synopsis: Somewhere out West around mid-century (neither the location nor the year are spelled out, but contextual clues are plentiful), a nun and a busload of orphans show up at the sprawling home of a skilled doll maker and his wife.
Statistical significance in a very small nutshell Statistical significance is a concept underlying a huge amount of science—not just psychology or social sciences, but medicine, life sciences, and physical sciences, too.
That, in a nutshell, was the spirit of the Trump enterprise.
That’s pretty simple, but that’s kind of it in a nutshell.
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