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“Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal The round kitchen has a fence-post ceiling, stone flooring, a fireplace and curved cabinets and countertops.”
“In two months of preaching with sacks of fence-post concrete at his feet, Mr. Haggard, who is 54 years old, has built a congregation of nearly 200 people.”
“Great Regulars: Her thoughts are like a growing vine that wraps around him as a Morning Glory vine might grow up around and encircle a tree or fence-post.”
“They are virtually silent, never fly far, do little dramatic, but flick from bush-top to fence-post and on across a landscape, dipping now and then to pick up insects or spiders.”
“He knew what it was - rusty barbed wire and the old wooden fence-post it was attached to.”
“As Steve erected a fence at our Brigalow Belt conservation property, a big fence-post driver he was using slipped and landed directly on his head, compressing the fifth disk in his neck.”
“Igor Palyashkin wrenched at a long bone sticking up like a fence-post and I verily believe he would have clubbed the old fellow over the skull with it if he could have got it loose.”
“You would have to warn your guests, for example, about that hidden fence-post hole; if you did, they could avoid stepping in it and be safe.”
““Go on, get away,” he said, chucking a stone at the nearest fence-post.”
“Another bird complained, and when Rick looked up, he noticed a raven perched on each fence-post, all three of them regarding him with a convincing imitation of intelligence.”
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