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“It reminded David of the times when they went jogging together, except now they wore black fatigues instead of tracksuits and carried four-pound Desert Eagles in their hands.”
“At the command, the four-pound bass springs into the air to grab a piece of bread and lands in the water, making a big splash.”
“I start with a four-pound beef roast and cut it into one-inch cubes.”
“A friend gave me some four-pound fillets from a flathead catfish?”
“Try to stack twenty-two four-pound bags of sugar on top of one another that's how much sugar the average American teenage boy consumes from soda every year.”
“They offer a four-pound Peking Chicken, which I have not tasted and probably never will.”
“I remember four-pound tins of caviar at every table, and 75 mariachis playing endlessly... a plane flying over with a banner, "I Love You Betty"... ending in a fireworks display to rival that of Manhattan's Fourth of July blast.”
“The 3-year-old, four-pound Yorkshire, who wore a ribbon in her hair for the event, cleared several hurdles and tunnels, zigzagged through poles and traversed a teeter-totter at an average two yards per second in a race against the clock.”
“For instance, because of sugar prices' 30-year high in late December, packages are expected to shrink to a four-pound bag, from a five-pound bag, Mr. Swanson says.”
“There were calves like Lawrence, Blitzen, and Alexander, and the four-pound piglet, Petunia, who barely had a chance at life and who now have rich, full earth experiences stretching out before them.”
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