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  • “What if I throw an extra-large bag of Twizzlers into the deal?”

    The Art of Seducing a Naked Werewolf

  • His sizes are Waist 40 inches, inseam 30 inches, shirt extra-large and boots size 9.

    Buckhunter and the rest of the gang, Wesley has pretty much nothing to hunt with except the bow and arrows we gave him.

  • The carne en su jugo -- the only main dish the restaurant prepares -- comes in small, medium, large, and extra-large (with and without chile).

    Good Places to Eat

  • This processor has a 2.4 GHz processor speed, super-sized 1066 MHz front-side bus (FSB), and a extra-large 3 MB L2 cache.

    Midnight Sideshow | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • These new Ballistic Tips are made with a disintegrating copper core, an alloy jacket, an extra-large expansion cavity in the nose, and an attractive polycarbonate tip.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • The collar notes that the PET bottle holds "33% more wine" than a regular bottle as well as a few more interesting facts, including a note that the bottle has a "60% smaller" carbon footprint than a regular glass bottle and that seven recycled Fog Mountains could produce a single extra-large T-shirt.

    Paper or Plastic? Wine by the Box, Keg and Can

  • Big managers like Bridgewater have gotten an extra-large helping of the money coming back into the industry, in what consultants say is "a flight to safety" by cautious investors who prefer well-established players.

    Bridgewater Goes Large

  • That's what my extra-large ATV and the Mickey Thompson Super Mudders on my lifted 4x4 are for, and they don't hurt nothin 'unless I get on the gas a little.

    Grizzly Plan Could Deny Hunter Access

  • I inhale her coffee smell again, and my heart pumps a little faster in anticipation as I imagine the weight of the extra-large Styrofoam cup, warm in my hand, filled to the top with heavenly vanilla latte.

    Left Neglected

  • ONE YEAR AFTER MY release, I sit in the back of a movie theater and eat buttered popcorn, sip from a straw jammed into an extra-large Coke.

    Miracles, Inc.

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