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  • Pastor White soon enters the gym in black pants, a black shirt with a clerical collar, and black cowboy boots, and carries a foil-wrapped disposable casserole pan into the kitchen.

    American Grace

  • Last week it was foil-wrapped Ding Dongs, which I tore through in about five minutes.

    My Fair Succubi

  • She turned around to see Sarit standing behind her, holding something that looked like a long, foil-wrapped relay baton.

    Choker

  • We filled the pockets of our coats with foil-wrapped squares of chocolate and helped ourselves to extra mittens and woolen hats.

    On Desperate Seas « A Fly in Amber

  • It has the largest leaves and the freshest taste, most likely due to its individually foil-wrapped teabags in sturdy boxes, and the way Steven Smith usually obtains his ingredients.

    Peppermint Tea Showdown | Tea Derivations

  • According to the White House pool report, Obama "appeared to be carrying his own foil-wrapped sandwich."

    Joe Miller hires the "Christian Indiana Jones"; Obama packs bag lunch; Meg Whitman wastes $139 million

  • Last night my husband made a pot of gumbo, and I plucked that foil-wrapped baguette from behind the fruit bowls and stuck it in the oven.

    Going back to bread

  • The beers gathered here are festive in their own right—sized for sharing, spiced and strong, corked and foil-wrapped—but they are still beer.

    My, What a Big Beer You Have!

  • How the lunch box itself gave me pleasure, the tidiness of it, the napkin wrapped around the fork, the carton of milk, the silver rocket ships of leftover stew or coq au vin, the foil-wrapped present of pie.

    The Bird House

  • Anything foil-wrapped is quite good, cello-wrapped is alright.

    A Little About Lord Bergamot | Tea Derivations

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