“Hopefully if the criminal uses uses your sticker or tag, a sharped eyed law inforcement officer will spot the missmatch and slap the cuffs on the guy.”
“Angle and her campaign, for all their early missteps, have sharped up a good deal in recent weeks and won't do anything so inept.”
“It's easier to sharped, easier to clean, and I personally feel it cuts better.”
“The cutting edge is a hair over an inch-and-a-half long, chisel-ground, sharped on the concave curve only, though he will sharpen both edges if you want, and it feels very solid in one's hand.”
“How hard is it for a sociology proffessor to see racism in in a Hillary ad and yet not step back a little and already see the sexist and racist arguments being sharped to get thrown McCains way?”
“Had it been my palm or my fingers, had the wound been deeper or the glass sharped, things could have been a lot worse.”
“The traditional Indonesian models tend to be larger and sharp on both concave and convex edges these are sharped only on the inner curve.”
“For hear Allhighest sprack for krischnians as for propagana fidies and his nuptial eagles sharped their beaks of prey: and every morphyl man of us, pome by pome, falls back into this terrine: as it was let it be, says he!”
“We are ashamed any of them are from Texas, especial sharped tongued Natalie, and Lubbock Texas detests her.”
“Mr. Goode did not call Mr. Ellison an immigrant, but the wording of his letter could easily leave the less sharped-eyed reader with the impression that he did.”
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