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“The dessert, a fully-grown bush simply on fire, was perhaps the worst moment of the meal.”
“Our saga begins in Attica, the region around ancient Athens, where by the fifth century B.C. the adjective τέλειος or, more commonly, τέλεος meant complete, perfect or entire, and, more specifically in relation to animal victims of religious sacrifice or burnt offering: fully-grown, and/or without spot or blemish.”
““That bird will always be a baby,” Brad said when the blackbird was six months old and fully-grown.”
“Chicken taking this fear of youth to a whole new level, by pitting avian foetuses against their fully-grown brethren.”
“She may not have gotten Brad, but Jen definitely pwns Angelina's adoption efforts by adopting not just some measly child, but a fully-grown 33-year old man to be her boyfriend.”
“Not being a fan of ice skating, I just sneer every time they do another damn "Disney on Ice" show, since they seem to me to be completely unrelated and annoying ... almost as annoying as all the fully-grown people who still worship at the grand altars of the Cult of the Mouse.”
“We are just kind of sitting there heavy and fully-grown and ready to drop into something bigger.”
“I longed to be Athena, born fully-grown and in full battle gear.”
“Once I inadvertently spied a bunch of fully-grown adult carrots.”
“Imagine -- two fully-grown adults having an intelligent conversation on television.”
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