“I would like to know as McCain "brushes" this off if he will also "brush" off the issues that may or may not arise from his rivals.”
“Toray users chose theirs for the ultrasonic feature, which, when taken along with the previous question, suggests that the word-of-mouth effect, therefore the quality (or at least the sense of quality) of the cleaning given by their brushes is very high.”
“He, still, did not look at her; but answered, while, with deliberate care, he selected a few brushes from the Chinese jar near the easel, "Venus is always a very popular subject, you know.”
“Florinda's scalp was mended with a hot knitting-needle and a perpetual bonnet, and Dot rescued her paint-brushes from the glue-pot, and smelt her india-rubber as it boiled down in Sam's waterproof manufactory, with long-suffering forbearance.”
“But it was important to include that dud -- or the cheesy footage of the tuxedoed Klein at work with his nude "brushes" -- because cheesiness and the burlesque are clearly part of what he's all about.”
“I sent him a passionate e-mail, but restrained for me, in saying this “geeserville” type thinking just won’t work and painting with broad brushes is just ignorant.”
“One especially nice bonus of these undercoat brushes is that unlike ordinary brushes they don’t cause huge clouds of hair, but instead almost all the hair clumps in the tines, so there’s fewer problems for those with cat allergies, and of course less dead hair also means less dandruff, the cause of most cat allegies, so it’s a win-win device.”
“The twitch of a muscle sounds a missed note pinches the corners of a frown winks an eye pronounces a wrong word brushes a finger against a cheek.”
“DICKER: He has had a couple of what could be called brushes with the law.”
“The current flows to the coil through the thin metal strips called brushes, which rest lightly upon the disks.”
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