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"In a sense we are in unchartered waters - I do not think any of us are aware of any identical case but it seems to me we are not really in unchartered waters."
With "Horizon Zero Dawn," it quickly became Sony's biggest new franchise taking the title from "No Man's Sky." The game's huge launch is also bigger than the release of "Unchartered 4," according to (http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2017-03-06-horizon-zero-dawn-is-sonys-biggest-ps4-franchise-debut) Eurogamer.
"Being first to market in unchartered territories was and continues to be one of the most exciting times in our history.
However, because of the constantly evolving nature of social media, big data, and the Internet, many of these issues currently fall into unchartered territory."
Payne had gone into the weekend as the joint-top try-scorer in Kingstone Press Championship One on six touchdowns, stating: "It is unchartered waters for me.
"Sustainability, like most other initiatives that explore unchartered territories, is faced with a numerous and often conflicting opinions," said Garrison.
Her sense of adventure takes her to new and unchartered vacays.
According to the CNN, people have applied for a one-way trip to the planet hoping to be chosen to spend the rest of their lives on the unchartered territory.
Child admits she is heading into unchartered territory in her 400m hurdles specialised event.
"This new scheme represents unchartered waters and will be evaluated to improve and develop where necessary.
For those of you have tried strumming the SS series of guitars named after him, you would want to pick up this album as it " explores unchartered waters." For those of you who missed the promo at Hard Rock, it's never too late.