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“The vessel Sparta hit underwater ice Friday, tearing a 1-foot 30-centimeter hole in the hull and causing it to list at 13 degrees.”
“On Friday, I was surprised to find two footprints, 1-foot deep in the icy curb, next to my mailbox.”
“The shark's chomp took out a 1-foot portion of the board's side.”
“Inside, several hundred people attended the dedication of a 1-foot piece of steel from the World Trade Center.”
“With a one-stroke lead in the final round of the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, the wind moved his ball on the 15th green after Simpson had addressed it prior to tapping in a 1-foot putt.”
“For putts of every distance in 1-foot increments, it calculates how well each player does in comparison to his peers from the same distance.”
“The Commodores 'only scores - a 1-foot dive by Nickson and a 2-yard run by Jeff Jennings - were set up by Mississippi State penalties committed in the end zone.”
“According to Lisa Hoskins in the Florida Gators Sports Shop, the university has already sold 1,026 1-foot by 2-feet pieces of the floor for $199 each.”
“I don't look for 7-foot bars to jump over, I look around for 1-foot bars I can step over.”
“Some 1-foot snow has been recorded at Mata Khwar while the peak of Lawari pass received more snow as comparative to down areas.”
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