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“Suzanne Carreiro suggests slicing her panforte a quarter-inch thick and serving these slices with aged Tuscan pecorino, Spanish manchego, blue cheese, dry Jack, and hearty fruit such as apples, pears, and figs.”
“A sheet of quarter-inch plywood nailed to the window frame and stuffed with landfill-found insulation will make things a little darker but a whole lot warmer!”
“He or she will work diligently until finding a way to squeeze that one-inch Lego into the quarter-inch space between the refrigerator and the kitchen floor.”
“We got our hands on a copy of Here's the Situation -- hitting bookstores on November 2 -- a quarter-inch thick paperback featuring the Jersey Shore star's wisdom.”
“These simple, inexpensive wonders aren't made of the latest super steel, they aren't a quarter-inch thick and there's nary a tactical, special ops-inspired doodad on them anywhere.”
“Hennessy-Owen had a Somerset, Pa., foundry cut the 9-foot, 11-inch-tall statue out of a quarter-inch sheet of steel.”
“Tuesday, the kids began cutting them out of quarter-inch thick wood and decorating them.”
“We were sitting close all the way down the ice, (and it's) a half-inch here, a quarter-inch there.”
“Alignment for me is probably as critical as you could ever talk about, whether it's half-inch, quarter-inch...those are words that people don't have much to deal with.”
“Woke up yesterday to see about a quarter-inch of snow, maybe a hair more.”
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