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  • Sit at the bar and order the "Debris" - succulent bits of meat, the perfect accoutrement for something stirred not shaken.

    Design*Sponge

  • Debris from the Cameron Parish Library has been removed by the U.S. Corps of Army Engineers in Cameron, La.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • It was at the end of a report given by a mid-ranking engineer named Don McCormack, who summarized the progress of an ad hoc engineering group, called the Debris Assessment Team, that had been formed at a still lower level to analyze the foam strike.

    Columbia's Last Flight

  • Funny how we get into bands - I saw Billy Bragg at Memorial Hall in CH in about 90 and he covered a Faces song called Debris (which I guess the Brits pronounce deb-REE) and I ended up in the WXYC library checking out more of thieir stuff and became a fan - funny thing is, I still love that song, but Stewart sings backup - Ronnie Wood has the lead vocal.

    Flotsam

  • The citywide project, called Debris-Free Dixie Day, is scheduled for 7 a.m. to noon, with dumpsters set up in six neighborhoods across the city.

    thespectrum.com - Local News

  • Bitterness and anger occasionally creep in, either in the lyrical content - with 'Don't Bring It Down''s "screams of pain", and the "broken teeth" in' Debris '- or an increased rawness in Cartwright's generally gruff-yet-mellifluous vocal.

    The Line Of Best Fit

  • The space agency only detected the debris earlier in the day, leaving no time for the ISS crew to perform what's known as a Debris Avoidance Maneuver.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • "Debris" litters a shady grove, but yields "discovery" for a black bird, opposite, tugging on discarded string.

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News

  • His key songs, such as Debris and Glad and Sorry, were not even attempted.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • There are few metal acts capable of conjuring the dense, jagged maelstrom of "Debris," with its overlapping rhythms, snarlingly muted guitar downstrokes and bleak atmospheric touches, including moments of fluttering acoustic guitars and flute straight out of a spaghetti Western.

    Tucson Weekly

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