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“The teams set off at seven-minute intervals in a race against the clock.”
““We'd like to have you,” he said after the seven-minute interview.”
“Side 1 of the album closed with a seven-minute version of “Wooden Ships,” released the prior year on Crosby, Stills & Nash.”
“You found him mildly irritating and uninteresting for the duration of your seven-minute conversation, and he smelled of Budweiser, Axe and regret.”
“As part of the pregame ceremony honoring 30 persons recognized by Major League Baseball and People magazine for extraordinary community service, Obama joined former presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush in a seven-minute prerecorded address shown on the stadium video board.”
“But when I walked down the auditorium aisle about a half-hour late, watching girls shout, stomp, and wave their hands about, I unknowingly stepped right into one group, rehearsing their response to a seven-minute task Eve had given everyone.”
“Although I developed my first-ever pulled shoulder muscle on the eve of our presentation think: the inability to secure my own bra and my gratitude towards my biz partner who did it for me, we survived the precise seven-minute pitch relieved that we had finished and presented our ideas flawlessly.”
“Echo returns that favor by spinning out a seven-minute take on Sister Sledge's "Thinking of You" that I simply can't stop spinning.”
“The sun was out, thank God, spotlighting my seven-minute walk to the café and I wore white shorts, a blue and white striped shirt with the sleeves rolled up messily, casually, and loafers without socks - clothes that went well with each other and the weather.”
“He aims to run his first mile at a seven-minute pace and his second at a seven-and-a-half minute pace.”
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