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Sentence/Example of Sparsely:
Those qualities include the savanna’s sprawling grasslands, sparse trees, cliffs and other vantage points, as well as bodies of water, which provided resources.
McCann knew he was a capable writer, but the career opportunities in the press were increasingly sparse.
The list of launch titles is still relatively sparse and, while the backwards compatibility is awesome, it probably won’t totally revolutionize the experience you have with your favorite game—at least not yet.
GPT-3 has 175 billion parameters, “10x more than any previous non-sparse language model,” according to OpenAI researchers.
Denisovan genetic evidence remains sparse, says paleogeneticist Carles Lalueza-Fox of the Institute of Evolutionary Biology in Barcelona.
While many committee members, reporters and witnesses chose to attend over a screen for maximum social distancing, long hearings are also often sparse when they begin.
Spider silk is coated with chemicals that might promote blood clotting, prevent infection and speed healing, though scientific evidence for these properties is sparse, says associate editor Cassie Martin.
He was sick with smallpox for a month at least, and while he wasn’t on official quarantine, visitors were sparse in those weeks and actually banned during the worst of the disease in late November.
He was sick for a month at least, and while he wasn’t on official quarantine, visitors were sparse in those weeks and actually banned during the worst of the disease in late November.
The listing is in confidential mode, so it's sparse on details, but the details we do have are kind of weird.