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“Thus, if I have something where the storage needs to be re-arranged, I don't have 30 other things that have to be moved out of the way first.”
“At least he'd re-arranged the bandit's ugly features considerably.”
“So why does it feel like the East German Stasi have swooped silently into my home at night and re-arranged my furniture?”
“Supreme Court, Paulson will have long since either moved the Beavers or re-arranged PGE Park so they can play there.”
“So this weekend I re-arranged my home surroundings for maximum writing efficiency.”
“After what I deemed the Great Snow of '09 in Virginia in which 24 inches of snow fell in two days, this has re-arranged my life geographically for good.”
“So again, there was no way I could miss out on that one, and we re-arranged it, and I think we did something very special with it.”
“If I had known that I would be losing certain titles indefinitely in the near future, I would have re-arranged my queue to see these films before they were gone.”
“They re-arranged the boughs so that the box was heavily covered with the driest branches.”
“I hid behind a tree, balked and fussed and re-arranged my bikini, while Madeline posed, threw her head up in the bright sun and showcased a brilliant post-orthodontia smile, framed by red-orange lips.”
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