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“The division was in two lines across the Plank Road, almost exactly one mile west of Chancellorsville.”
“Teeccino is an herbal beverage that tastes, smells, and brews almost exactly like coffee in your machine, drip cone, or French press.”
“He was almost exactly what she expected: an ordinary working-class Dub, clean-shaven with short-cropped salt-and-pepper hair, gray hoodie under a black leather bomber jacket, black jeans.”
“It was also PETN that Richard Reid, the al-Qaeda recruit who tried to bring down the American Airlines flight from Paris to Miami, had used in his shoe bomb almost exactly eight years before the attempt to bring down the Northwest flight.”
“A young gibbon (Hylobates syndactylus) in a passion has been described16 as behaving in almost exactly the same manner.”
“The attitude is almost exactly the same as that of a tiger disturbed and growling over its food, which every one must have beheld in menageries.”
“It is almost exactly three hundred feet from the Bab el-Qattanin — the gate into the Haram from the Cotton Bazaar — to the Dome of the Rock, and we crept, as silent as shadows and with the bare minimum of light, expecting at any instant to be met by sudden violence.”
“The Incline, a scar on the face of the mountain several miles west of the Training Center, essentially goes straight up—to be precise, just over 2,000 feet of vertical gain in almost exactly one mile by way of thousands of railroad ties and crushed granite.”
“He looked almost exactly the way she had pictured him in her desperate dreams before she had ever seen him, her true Black Knight, a deadly angel loosed from hell to protect Charmot.”
“Within thirty seconds of Man o 'War's turnover, the shark had duplicated the maneuver, decelerating into a slightly altered course that Amity's computers indicated would bring it to zero-gee relative at almost exactly their own projected rendezvous point.”
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