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If you have a high-end NVIDIA GPU, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel will offer higher fidelity and higher performance hardware-driven special effects including awesome weapon impacts, moon- shatteringly cool cryo explosions and ice particles, and cloth and fluid simulation that blows me away every time I see it
If Russia invaded Ukraine (which it could quite easily) there would be turbulence and probably violence in other regions along Russia's border, which would be shatteringly disruptive to Russia's economic growth and set back development and progress by decades.
Hence it becomes shatteringly clear that there is no longer a choice of ways to rescue the situation.
Forced disappearances are unquestionably horrific; dumped mutilated bodies are shatteringly cruel.
The Queen was notoriously tight-fisted - she got her nobles to pay for entertainments whether at court or on her shatteringly expensive Progresses, which carted several hundred courtiers and servants from one country seat to another, carefully bankrupting the English nobility in the process, thus ensuring no one had sufficient funds to raise an army against her.
In this, arguably his finest achievement, he gives us a haunting and shatteringly honest insight into what it is to be human.
Then I had to produce the order of service for my mother's funeral, and all became shatteringly clear.
More nerve shatteringly, the freaky Tiger fantasy of keeping communities apart would never materialize.
Eaten primarily as a snack, the seed of this plant is high in protein, tasteless, and teeth shatteringly hard, although it can also be ground and added to mesquite meal to increase protein content.
At pounds 84,450 this car is something quite special because most things capable of such shatteringly high performance are much more expensive.
Charles Wright's poetry revisits many sorts of light: the shatteringly poignant Midwestern January light in Iowa; the stunning Pacific light of Laguna Beach; Italian light in certain paintings; the particular light of autumn in Virginia, where Charles makes his home now and where I happen to be as I begin this.