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It’s as if you’ve just set out on a quest in an RPG game for a piece of precious gear.How Do We Remember Places? This Study Used Lasers and VR to Point the Way|Shelly Fan|November 10, 2020|Singularity Hub
I thought time was precious to me before as an athlete, but as a new mom, it’s just even more so.Michelle Wie West on her golf comeback plan: I want my daughter to see me play|ehinchliffe|November 10, 2020|Fortune
Those precious nest contents represent a huge investment of time, energy, and physical resources.Three love stories about birds that will delight your heart|Laura Erickson|November 6, 2020|Popular Science
From our photos and videos, to our music and movies, and even our devices' backup, most of our precious files are out there—anywhere and everywhere all at once.Cloud storage is cheaper when you know how to share it|David Nield|November 3, 2020|Popular Science
Those kinds of pages usually don’t have enough unique content for Google to see them as valuable, so sending link equity there is a complete waste of precious PageRank.PageRank sculpting: How to get more from your links|Manick Bhan|October 26, 2020|Search Engine Watch
This means that any ceasefire also requires pressure on Israel—a commodity which tends to be in preciously short supply.
The image of the round little creature sitting at a desk churning out a literary confession is preciously hilarious.
For the others the figure was It, but for him it was preciously She.Fennel and Rue|William Dean Howells
There is a great awakening in this place; thirty of the young women are preciously visited.
Furniture of ivory, of ebony and lemonwood, preciously inlaid, gave to the place an air of cunning confusion.Tales of Chinatown|Sax Rohmer
He made no attempt as yet to correlate these increments, these glimpses of truth into a system, but stored them preciously away.The Inside of the Cup, Complete|Winston Churchill
Of his patter; he's preciously given to potry and classical charf.