use periphery in a sentence.
Touchscreen-oriented phone that appeared mostly as a large touchscreen with a couple of buttons around the periphery.
People still look for periphery information at the bottom of the page.
You can force yourself to see during rapid eye movement by tracking a fast-moving object such as your finger and paying attention to the background in your periphery.
Judging by the number of people in shirts and ties there, I'd imagine a large proportion are in full-time employment and on the periphery of the startup scene.
Not that I'd know, but it must be a lot of fun lurking in the shadows/periphery with a bunch of mysterious money.
People on the periphery will always be confused about the specifics of a technology.
After reading "The Big Short" and "The Quants" and having worked on the extreme periphery of investment banking I am also moderately interested in how these folks actually get started.
My guess is that the patents are more for something on the periphery than the core technology.
But of course nobody trusts the banking system in the periphery, so all the money from there is rushing into the center causing deflation in the periphery and inflation in Germany.
We'd be willing to help spread the word through the IndyHall community, a bunch of multi-disciplinary hackers hang out in our crew, as well as on the periphery.
New Zealand is rather isolated geographically, it's expensive to build infrastructure on the periphery of the network.
I definitely see your point and sympathize (as a busy dad who often gets only 5 minute reading breaks), but even if you aren't gabbing away or noisily typing, most flight environments are dark, and those LCDs leave annoying visual tracers for anyone in your periphery.