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“And for a crisp, ring-like sound, a putter with a groove milled into the sole can be the answer.”
“On the outside of the ring-like valve, there is a sewing cuff made of Teflon and Dacron, through which the surgeon runs the thread that connects the device to human tissue.”
“The FlossRings were sterling, stainless steel, or plastic red, blue or clear ring-like devices that fit over the two index fingers, holding five inches of floss between them.”
“Ringworm gets its name from the characteristic ring-like patches that develop on the infected area of the skin.”
“They report finding ring-like features in the background radio glow that is the faint echo of the Big Bang -- features that could be "bruises" from encounters with other universes.”
“They put a ring-like plate around it, with fresh greens on it.”
“These are beautifully drawn cards, no matter what you may think of Crowley, and he spread them out on the table, right in front of the astounded Russian, in a ring-like formation.”
“The ring-like shape of the atoll is the result of coral reefs building up around a former volcanic island.”
“The buccal mass is where the radula resides and the ring-like organ immediately below it and encircling the esophagus may be called the snail's brain, for that's where all the nerves coming from different corners of the snail's body congregate.”
“For centuries, the kingdom's major source of brass was the manilla, a ring-like object produced in Europe and used as currency in West Africa from the early days of the slave trade; the kingdom was a willing participant and profited richly from the human trafficking with the West.”
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