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“Make sure you turn the chicken pieces at least once after the lid's off, so that the paprika butter coats every side and you crisp it all up.”
“I mean, when your elbows can cause someone else's coffee to spill all over a third person's computer, you'd better make damn sure that lid's screwed down tight.”
“When courts have meddled to "expand lid's rights" outside what educators, legislators, parents, and local boards should decide - the result has tended to undermine order, discipline, and cause falling student body performance.”
“A recent patent filing from Apple suggests that they're considering integrating a little video-camera into the Powerbook lid's latch, which would be pretty sweet -- sorta like the Sony Picturebooks.”
“But now the lid's blown off the pot and it's about to boil”
“Miller inserted her fingers, tugged at intervals along the lid's perimeter, then yanked upward.”
“Mrs. Creel's long hands clasped the cookie tin to her thin bosom; her clawlike fingers gripped the lid's rolled edge and pried it off easily despite the tight fit.”
“But if it is true, and he's in the middle of a murder trial for his wife and baby's murder, and he's writing a love note to an aide that is bringing clothes for him to wear in the courtroom, let me tell you, the lid's going to blow off that courthouse.”
“As I came back in with a drink and some aspirin, one of the ladies pointed to my drink and said, "Your lid's off!" and the older woman she was helping snickered and said, "You've flipped your lid.”
“As I think we've already told you, the lid's been extended until 5: 00 p.m.”
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