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“After World War II, tens of thousands of Britons moved to Australia under a government program that subsidized the price of their passage by ship—leading to the immigrants' being dubbed "10-pound poms.”
“I completed all three circuits at rush hour, wearing a Banana Republic pencil skirt and lugging a 10-pound work tote.”
“The tomatoes were sold in 10-ounce and 10-pound packages to retailers and food-service distributors throughout Missouri and Illinois, the company said.”
“As he did exercises on the floor, Ms. Ragan swung a 10-pound kettle bell over his head.”
“Two 10-pound pork shoulder that I smoked for about 12 hours.”
“A goose will render several cups of fat, which is why a 10-pound bird serves only four to six hungry people.”
“Dennis Fath, a homeowner near the suburb of Schaumburg, Ill., said Rocky, his 10-pound bichon frise, was killed by a coyote in 2009.”
“Amid the bedlam a busboy ferries a dozen Champagne flutes and a 10-pound crystal ice bowl through the scrum, threading the gap like Barry Sanders in his heyday.”
“Rome is a beautiful 10-pound baby who came into this world camera-ready.”
“Here's how it goes:Little Suzie, a 10-pound, 10-month-old terrier mix, had been warned on several previous occasions to keep her snooping snout out of the bathroom wastebasket.”
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