improved AI means your teammates and opponents will now recognise what's happening in the match and adjust their tactics accordingly.
Lord Justice Laws, sitting in the Appeal Court with Mr Justice Dingemans and Mr Justice MacDuff, observed that some might think Reasat's sentence "staggeringly
Syntax, the branch of grammar that pertains to the creation of sentences and phrases, has a relatively short history but a staggeringly
large amount of terminology.
LAS VEGAS has gained two new distinctions that illustrate neatly just how staggeringly
polarized income and wealth in the United States have become.
LNG import volumes for 2008 are likely to hit 420 Bcf, falling well short of last year's 770 Bcf, and "staggeringly
" below what industry observers were projecting.
Alex McLeish's men, by contrast, are a staggeringly
long 4-1 to win with Blue Square.
And they are delivering staggeringly
accurate results, he claims.
, Parliament will claim that Britain is not a racist nation.
And on page 72 you'll find a selection of corporate communications ranging from the intriguingly obscure to the staggeringly
obvious, It's your magazine, so let us know what you think about the new look at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While once again an early experiment in live stereo recording, the results are staggeringly
good, with robust orchestral sound--particularly in the brass--and equally lusty, full-bodied sounds coming from the chorus.
Health care costs in the United States are far higher than most other comparable countries, yet the health care system remains "staggeringly
inefficient," in the words financial journalist Mahar.
"Not surprisingly, this building flew off the shelf because the demand for properties in great SoHo locations is so staggeringly
strong," added Brian Ezratty.