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“Most people don't break the bolt down completely, there could be some deep-down crud under the ejector that is keeping it from moving properly.”
“It's more the deep-down letting go — being just fine when your child runs to your husband instead of you when she falls down on the playground, she says.”
“But while the surface seemed calm, deep-down currents spun into whirlpools and eddies, causing boats in marinas to drift and twirl, destroying docks and each other.”
“The deep-down features, though, may keep users around as their needs grow.”
“It was a deep-down guttural laugh, the type reserved for a jolly, heavyset person, which was exactly what my partner had become.”
“So while part of Barb's nausea about these charges is based in her frustration that she's being punished for trying to live a holy life, another part is rooted in her deep-down fear that the accusations are a little bit true.”
“Just try giving up irony," he says in "At Last," "that deep-down need to mean two things at once, to be in two places at once, not to be there for the catastrophe of a fixed meaning.”
“The reason progressives hate Summers is that deep-down, Summers economic theory is not very progressive.”
“England are now close to where Wales were a couple of seasons ago, developing the deep-down belief that is so important.”
“I may be a successful plastic surgeon, but I'm still, deep-down, a skinny, nerdy kid.”
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