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1. The black reticule sagged under the weight of shapeless objects.
2. The Coptic woman hesitated, then picked up the reticule and hurried after Mena.
3. The design of the symmetrical zero position reticule series is carried out on the basis.
4. Prince Ippolit brought her reticule, moved to her side, and bending close over her chair, sat beside her.
5. He watched her open the reticule; he watched her count onto the desk twenty-five dollars in frayed bills and coins ranging down to nickels and dimes and pennies. (William Faulkner.
6. Reticule now turns red if character can't shoot at the current direction on horseback.
7. He watched her open the reticule; he watched her count onto the desk twenty-five dollars in frayed bills and coins ranging down to nickels and dimes and pennies.
8. In addition to describing the structure of the reticule, the paper also proposes some appropriate ways for solving the key technology problems in its development.
9. As they stepped out into the sunshine Mena Iskander's reticule slipped and fell on the ground.
10. Ground combat is currently real-time and similar to a first-person shooter. The player must aim a targeting reticule at a target and left-click the mouse to fire.
11. The beginners should not access the deep end, and the shallow area reticule should not be overstepped by the swimmers with life buoys.
12. But I change my black satchel to a grass-green reticule, felt embarrassed to go off without making up every morning.
13. If he wouldn't receive it, that's his affair, " said Marya Dmitryevna, searching for something in her reticule."sentencedict.com/reticule.html
14. The paper gives a method for designing a new kind of liquid crystal reticule.
15. The RIGS heads up display can be deployed for applications such as the rendition of flight, navigation, and sighting data with aiming point and target reticule.
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