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“Minus: We found the smallish, narrow-necked jars a little hard to clean.”
“I ditched the dull gray wide-mouthed Nalgene in favor of the narrow-necked brightly colored metal Sigg bottle.”
“Large-bellied and narrow-necked, bellarmines served as drinking jugs and were imported to London and East Anglia to the north of London in considerable numbers during the 17th century.”
“The power of meditation is perhaps best illustrated through the following Zen puzzle: Close your eyes and in your mind picture a duck inside a narrow-necked bottle.”
“Yet, the dolphin, whose ancestors looked like coyotes only 50 million years ago, has evolved a teardrop-shaped body, a rigid trunk, and a narrow-necked tail shaped like a crescent moon—all of which are possessed by the tuna.”
“His voice was slurred, and the words burbled out of his throat like thick ketchup coming out of a narrow-necked bottle, one agonizing dollop at a time.”
“Slices of dolphin were another discovery, in narrow-necked jars, all properly salted and pickled; and there was blubber of dolphin in vessels, which the”
“It's like the greedy kid who wants all the cookies in the narrow-necked cookie jar, grabs a bunch, and then can't get his hand out of the jar until he unclenches his fist and takes one cookie at a time.”
“And around him the rabble of narrow-necked chiefs-”
“Handing Asin a fairly big squash and a narrow-necked jar, the king added, Put this squash into this jar.”
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