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The game does a consistent job of homing in on small moments and recalling earlier details from the franchise and expanding upon them, adding a sense of heft and solidity to this fictional world.‘Psychonauts 2’ is a Saturday morning cartoon with a side of mental health|Shannon Liao|August 26, 2021|Washington Post
Oh, and you can also play as the dodgeball, just hold down a button to “become the ball” and your teammate can toss you into an enemy like you’re a homing missile.‘Knockout City’ promises affordable dodgeball fun, with many updates to come|Shannon Liao|May 21, 2021|Washington Post
Then the researchers will make sure the potential spider repellent is not toxic or a homing beacon for ants.European fire ant chemicals may send spiders scurrying away|Erin Garcia de Jesús|May 18, 2021|Science News
I’ve set out the main categories and scenarios that most skiers fall into, which is a good rough guide for homing in on the right gear choices in the real world, but the categories below are muddier than I present them.
In fact, Lew has a well-deserved reputation for homing in on the values that lurk behind the numbers.
Over the years, she has facilitated the transporting, homing, and re-homing of more than 250 dogs.Back Home, Service Dogs Sleep in Beds—and Sniff the Sofa for Mines|Sandra McElwaine|September 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Like a homing device, it zipped over the net, into the corner of the court, and past the helpless Dabul to win the point.
At last he was forced to use the homing beam, and it guided him back across the deserted metropolis to the field.Star Born|Andre Norton
And so to the unpeopled rooms of the little old Vermont farmhouse Peter's gentle thoughts ever swarmed, like homing bees.Blazed Trail Stories|Stewart Edward White
It was a green and amber evening, with the shadows already deepening over Coombe Woods and the calling of homing rooks in the air.In Accordance with the Evidence|Oliver Onions
Evening, with the sheep homing to the bedding-ground, brought reflections of a different hue.The Flockmaster of Poison Creek|George W. Ogden
If ever a man had any "homing instinct" it would surely show itself on such an occasion as this.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson