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Orbiting in the deep freeze of the outer solar system, Pluto may be cold, but it's no featureless ice ball.
The roughly square site is bounded by a featureless assortment of parking lots, offices and residential buildings.
The relatively featureless Uranus doesn't have such a source, but this planet is developing some interesting traits as its orientation becomes temporarily more like Neptune's.
Step forward Alan Titchmarsh and his team who turn the Jordans' featureless suburban garden into contemporary outdoor space that will appeal to teens and tweens.
The Tu-142MZ crews performed sorties for the maximum flight duration, worked out the skills of holding an assigned course over the featureless terrain, coordination of actions during piloting in the absence of ground-based air navigation radio technical means.
In case seeing featureless, flop-sweating Mark Zuckerberg testify in front of Congress this week convinced you that tech fraud is a uniquely American issue, take a moment to look to Israel, where another tech giant is facing massive trouble this week.
The exhibition, "Explosion," will feature Izzet's latest collection, depicting "human figures, anonymous and featureless in their shapely non-geometric composition," according to a press release by Safarkhan.
Your spaceship's robot (whose humour setting is perfectly judged) has woken you in orbit around a featureless red planet, though neither of you know where you are or how you got there.
Nearly featureless, it connects to a simple app that lets users control it from their phones, while the convex surface makes it impossible to stack other objects on top of it, which would impede its effectiveness.
once / checking into a motel in a featureless Pennsylvania town / i
but featureless, a few scores down its sallow cheeks, nothing
A poster with the user name 'Victor Surge' (real name Eric Knudsen) contributed two black and white images of groups of children, to which he added a tall, thin figure wearing a black suit with a blank and usually featureless face.