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“Itching to sit behind the controls, the Arizona native said he expects to take his first test flight "hopefully before Christmas, depending on how things go.”
“Itching to create a school garden on the weed patch at your school?”
“Itching for city life, Ms. Matthews says she wants to move to Manhattan.”
“Itching may be at its worst on the second day and may last for days or weeks.”
“I like St. Maxwell of the Burning and Itching, myself.”
“Itching to help your child breath a little easier this allergy season?”
“Itching for more closet space and a new project, Melissa Lonner decided to combine two co-op units in an Upper East Side building into a 5,500-square-foot residence.”
“In “The Itching Palm,” a 1916 manifesto against the practice, William Rufus Scott said that tipping is a form of “flunkyism” defined as “a willingness to be servile for a consideration.””
“Itching was in the news recently because Zhou-Feng Chen, a neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, announced at the recent annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington that he and his colleagues had discovered a new “itchy gene” in the spinal cord.”
“Itching and scratching probably evolved as a way to protect us from insects (which can carry all kinds of nasty diseases) and plant toxins.”
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