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“Wrapping a towel around her still-wet body, she hurried into her bedroom to get the call before her answering machine clicked into action.”
“Pulling her still-wet hair up into a twist on the back of her head, she used one of the last-minute souvenirs.”
“A few minutes later, up and down the streets, comes a chiming of voices, good-byes, slammed doors, cars backing down driveways, mothers and fathers rushing across town with their briefcases and still-wet hair to catch the next train to the city.”
“After his crew cleaned the deck, we had to chase them away twice when they showed up to apply stain to still-wet deck boards.”
“I picked up the still-wet, balled-up T-shirt and opened it up, slapping as much sand off it as I could.”
“It was my purse, my still-wet T-shirt, and one of my shoes.”
“With the still-wet calligraphy brush, he quickly applied a dollop of ink to the peg. It would slide into the hole, thicken like lacquer, then eventually harden into a cement bond that would keep the sword tightly assembled forever.”
“Isabelle drew her still-wet coat closer around her shoulders.”
“In Wellington Street my brother met a couple of sturdy roughs who had just been rushed out of Fleet Street with still-wet newspapers and staring placards.”
“Portraiture is a recurring concern of the artist in his photographically derived paintings, and the show demonstrates how his technique of blurring -- by dragging a dry brush across the still-wet paint surface -- has stayed constant, while his desire to make his images inscrutable, and unexpressive, has evolved.”
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