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“I'm touched by the opening scene, for instance, when we see the tail-end of a family talent show in the desert.”
“Roach made a steady start to his tail-end innings but cut loose in the last two overs, hitting Riaz for successive fours and launching Azam for six.”
“However, it may be that a year such as this moderate to strong La Nina offers more tail-end hope than others.”
“And its all in the tail-end of the gospel of Matthew anyway.”
“Remember its that tail-end statement “bring them back Safely” that BITES.”
“My stay there earned me the right to catch the tail-end of Viet”
“A reindeer thong was about my waist and made fast to the tail-end of a sled.”
“We left Baltimore at the tail-end of winter, went into spring and on through summer, and now we are in fall weather and urging our way south to the winter of Cape Horn.”
“With a weak crew, in the big, tail-end sea of a broken gale, breakers and destruction under her lee, the Elsinore was being worn around.”
“Should make for an entertaining tail-end of the season.”
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