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“The hazelnuts could have been sold in 2-pound and 4-pound mixed-nut packages or 1-pound hazelnut packages or loose in open bins.”
“The heroic mom survived long enough to deliver her 2-pound, 1 ounce daughter, Dottie Mae, and hold the baby in her arms, just once.”
“If you ordered them in a 24-hour diner, they'd be: the 2-pound lobster that's been crawling around in the walk-in freezer since the Koch administration.”
“Twin Springs Fruit Farm will have second apples for sauce, juice and baking at a $1.49 per pound and $15 per half bushel approximately 60 cents per pound; carrots in 2-pound bags at $4.75; potatoes in 5-pound bags at $4.75.”
“When I was in labor (which 27 hours produced a 9 1/2-pound son), my then-husband was enthusiastically cheering me on.”
“Zoo officials estimate they sell around 200 of the 1-kilogram (2.2-pound) containers of dung per weekend, at 70 koruna ($3.90) each.”
“The dense forest of this tiny British Caribbean territory is the last remaining stronghold of the critically endangered mountain chicken frog, a 2-pound (0.9 kg), frying pan-size amphibian that got its name because locals say its meat tastes like — you guessed it — chicken.”
“Last summer, he won the U.S. Junior Championship by throwing a 13.2-pound ball more than 66 feet.”
“The tax also would lead to a yearly 2-pound weight loss for soda drinkers, on average, they estimated.”
“Of counting reps as I do bicep curls with 2-pound weights in hand.”
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