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residual matter

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a broken piece of a brittle artifact

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With Shards of Magic, we set out to create a truly unique experience for mobile.
Peled's shards are created for the specific purposes of the sculpture.
Five shard, six shard, seven shard, eight, mascara blurred, eyes starred.
With a five-star hygiene rating on the door and friendly service behind it, I'm giving the newly stylish Shards the benefit of the doubt - with a two-star rating.
Coined as a "Vertical City", the sky really is the limit with The Shard, with a viewing platform, 27 floors of office space, three floors of restaurants, a 200-bed five-star hotel and 10 apartments at a price of PS50m each, taking "a room with a view" to a new level.
Summary: Amazing views from 800ft in the air as The View from The Shard opens.
The ground floor Shard Plaza will be a public area with seating and planting.
Combined with the plastic shards found on the shoe she said that evidence was "moderately strong".
It also emerged that the Army was first discovered when Chinese farmers who were digging a well came across piles of shards.
Shards were used to give a geometric description of lattice congruences of the weak order.
The wall works that result from these investigations consist of the reassembled shards of one or more large floor tiles, patterned with drawn or painted marks.
In their project description, the practice makes reference to the 'beautiful shards of metamorphic rock that finger out to the sea from the base of the small cliffs'; the new building element of the project, which adds to the conversion of a boathouse and the coastguard's cottage, produces a built shard of its own, distinctive but responsive to the geological forms in which it sits.
Brendan Derham, a bioarchaeologist at University of Newcastle in England, has begun preliminary work with Williams to analyze the shards of jars and other vessels found at Cerro Baul.
Scotchshield is a clear multilayer polymer film that helps prevent, against flying glass shards if glass is broken by an impact, such as from a bomb blast, high winds or intentional damage.
Shards of glass were embedded in walls and in couches, firefighters said.