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“No doubt many children, movie actors and devout socialists were impressed by the government flea market of shiny Soyuz spacecraft, Armenian micro-art and 100-pound reel-to-reel tape decks.”
“That means, for instance, a 100-pound teen should only be hauling 10 pounds.”
“But when Guarino was taken out of his cell, they saw a 100-pound guy whose knees were ballooned from prolonged forced kneeling on concrete floors and whose ankles and wrists were rust-colored from shackles.”
“He grew up on a border farm in Northern Ireland's County Fermanagh, left school barely literate at 14 and started his first construction-gravel business with a 100-pound $150 bank loan.”
“Cars go flying off the edge of cliffs, 100-pound weights get dropped from roofs onto the heads of bad guys, the hero himself is flattened into paper-thinness by a steamroller or hit by a series of arrows that go plunk! plunk! plunk!”
“It used to be that James was so strong he could lift 100-pound bags; the last time he bought cement to make a home repair, he had trouble hefting 50 pounds.”
“Since the end of February, and into the beginning of March, my 100-pound dog has eaten my homework, keeping me from doing my part of what is necessary for All Things Girl to be prepared to launch.”
“But still, a 100-pound fish is a 100-pound fish, and I give the angler lots of credit for trying in the first place and for pulling it off.”
“She got the idea in 2008 while she was living in Boston and, one snowy evening, wishing she could get a neighbor to help her buy food for her 100-pound yellow Labrador rather than trudge through the snow herself.”
“Upstairs, things are always kept neat, despite the hamster and three dogs - 100-pound Buck, 18-pound Joe short for Josephine and tiny Cosette, a Shitzapoo.”
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