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  • n  the property of being scanty or scattered; lacking denseness

  • Bush aides insist that the sparseness of the President's TV ads early on was a calculated decision to save money for the latter stages of the campaign, when many voters are .
  • One reason for the high cost of Davis' paintings is the sparseness of his output.
  • The show had impressive sparseness.
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  • Tied to the ladder and loving it
    Posted in Fashion / Fashion blog / Fashion photo shoots / Fashion pictures / Lingerie & underwear It’s the sparseness of it, the few select furnishings against a plain white wall, viewed through the shadow of a dark vignette as if the one small window is the only thing to cast its blue-tinted light on this hidden away room. With less being more in this filmic series by Pierre Dal Corso , fetish ...
    Nov. 21, 2013 - StyleBistro

  • Brian Murray in International Herald Tribune
    Edward has his own specific, tremendously well-honed style of sparseness,Murray says. "His use of words and punctuation is like nobody else except perhaps (Noel) Coward. His wit is abrasive and yet, at the same time, very funny. He's the...
  • Viggo Mortensen in Wilkes Barre Times-Leader
    From the reports we are getting, it is clear this crucial exercise has been made more challenging by the sheer sparseness of resources. The whole process is severely under-resourced, creating situations that are near impossible for all those... Robert Mugabe ZimDaily Jul 8, 2010 92794 123332 sparseness I just think that most westerns are pretty terrible," says Mortensen, who'll turn 50 on Oct. 20. "But 'Appaloosa' was really well-written. I liked the sparseness of the language and how, even though the characters are curt with each other,...

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