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“Large video screens at the games have been featuring highlight videos, identified as Pert Plus”
“Pert" is more of a permanent description to me, whereas "perky" implies that the perky object is prone to change.”
“Pert" was the mildest term to which Hal reduced his characterization of”
“Dr. Candace Pert, neuroscientist and author of "Molecules of Emotions," describes it as being thrust onto a "cancer conveyor belt.”
“Pert, Ph.D. and Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. have both written books on the concept that our thoughts and emotions can change the physiology of our cells.”
“Caption competition: "Remember, no more than arm's width apart, we'll find a goal somewhere," writes Gareth Pert.”
“Pert stood better from the opening, but passive choices at moves 10 (Qb6!) and 14 (h4!) put him in trouble.”
“She was 10 years older and smelled like Pert shampoo and Old Bay seasoning.”
“Pert, perky, scrubbed pink in a tight sweater and jeans.”
“Nick Pert took second prize alone with 8/11 with a polished and solid performance.”
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