(1) William Shakespeare's life is somewhat of a mystery to scholars due to the fact that most information that is known is very scattered and sparse .(2) Unfortunately their crowd at Valve was sparse - unfortunate because the always charismatic front man Jeremy ├ö├ç├┐Jez├ö├ç├û Brown is a born entertainer.(3) The French population of this vast region was sparse , however, reaching only 85,000 in the 1760s.(4) It wasn't that his sparse acne had miraculously dispersed into clear skin, or that he had suddenly buffed up overnight.(5) Harmony Hills had a very sparse population; there were only a few thousand people in our community.(6) For the earliest inhabitants of Southern France, practising a hunter-gatherer way of life, the natural resources were abundant and more than adequate for a sparse population.(7) The version presented here is Take 1, which was made at home, just Lennon alone at the piano, without any of the sparse accompaniment that further elevated it to it's anthemic status.(8) A surprisingly sparse paper trail offers only scattered clues on the obscure life of William Shakespeare, one of the world's most influential dramatists.(9) Here the population was sparse , tiny villages and small, often isolated manors close to the riverbanks.(10) Large families and the practice of partible inheritance strained lands that under the best circumstances could only sustain sparse populations.(11) Their subsequently published journals emphasized, in particular, the remoteness and sparse populations of the two regions.(12) The houses were big and the population sparse because they were so spread-out.(13) Costumes were sparse , with the only indicator of femininity for Helena and Hermia an occasional handbag.(14) There is nothing to warrant the supposition that the Bahamas ever had more than a very sparse aboriginal population.(15) There are very few actors who could carry off this film, with its sparse dialogue and total absence of voiceover.(16) The homogenous and sparse population was replaced by the restless diversity, sprawl and cacophony of one of the fastest growing places in America.