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  • It came into his mind that she had once licked his face, and her tongue had a 'scrapy' feeling.

    Chambers's Elementary Science Readers Book I

  • And in the FOR ME column of our imagined list, not in the treasured top slots but up there, would be the gift of Joycean spam upon a digital reemergence: boltmaker stippled scrapy heartedness burgoo overplentiful unended hydrophobous.

    Eveline | Miette's Bedtime Story Podcast

  • There is something about scrapy sewing that I love – I think that it the one I like best.

    Polka Dot Cottage: Fun with chalk and fabric scraps

  • But when I lived in New Jersey I remember being awakened by the repeated ‘chunk…slide’ sound of the church lot across the street being plowed or the rumbly-scrapy sound of the big plows on the county road in front of the house.

    Country Life « Whatever

  • So we ended up having a bbq on the verandah and watched a couple of girlies having a scrapy, hair pulling type fight across the road while thier respective boyfriends stood and watched.

    phelicity Diary Entry

  • When they get too sky-scrapy she topples them over.

    The Spenders A Tale of the Third Generation

  • Your website looks scrapy , why not let an expert fix it.

  • Over those three fixtures we didnt score a goal and managed to get a point, A 0-0 draw out of a scrapy Blackburn match.


  • i would love the tiny scraps. i was thinking of doing a scrapy quilt but since I JUST started stashing last December and most of my quilts are from layer cakes or FQ bundles, it will take years to build up scraps.


  • Eczema in turn can manifest as a gross "scrapy 'skin, blisters and heavier forms, there might even be some bloody cracking scales.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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