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“Just as the missile was about to be launched, a large, flying saucer-like object appeared at the site.”
“Katchpole, with her Dickensian name, adorably bushy hair, saucer-like eyes and a tattoo that reads "empathy," is something of a millennial media-booker's dream.”
“Nowhere is this squealing louder than Japan, where digital culture has evolved into an elaborate fantasy universe of pupil-less girl-children, lithe pubescent boys, anthropomorphised mammals, and, in fact, any object on which you can glue saucer-like, heavily-lashed eyes.”
“The instant after the cord was cut, I was holding him and gazing into his beautiful, saucer-like brown eyes.”
“New York will now most likely introduce a no-fly zone over the city for silver, saucer-like balloons with 6-year-olds in the baskets.”
“Ever since the silver, saucer-like shaped object (why saucer-like?) "accidently" came loose off its tether, the PR department of the hot head from Fort Collins performed like a well greased Hollywood machine making six phone calls after the event: first ones to the FAA for air support and a local television station for coverage.”
“The parents who set off a worldwide drama by reporting their 6-year-old son was inside a flying saucer-like helium balloon hurtling ... var news_amount = 1;”
“This little flying saucer-like vehicle can go from 0-60 in 6 seconds, carries one passenger, and weighs 660 lb, running on a 96-volt brushless motor powered by the sun.”
“His arms were wrapped tightly around some sort of red stuffed animal as his saucer-like eyes darted around the interior of the spaceport.”
“It was the balloon seen around the world, the whole country glued to their TVs, thinking a 6 - year-old little boy was trapped in the flying saucer-like balloon zipping across Colorado, the FAA, National Guard, local police and fire departments scrambling to rescue the little boy.”
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