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  • I was reaching around for a line that had my depth/pressure gauge, a nylon tube that waved tentacle-like attached to my vest.

    Rodeo Days

  • Moreover, what economic alternatives can Islam present if it questions the exploitive materialism of the west and its tentacle-like economic and democratic systems?

    Humaira Awais Shahid: Being a Muslim Today

  •  Their layouts were always the same:  one gated entrance that spawned winding tentacle-like side streets that ended in extravagant cul-de-sacs.

    The Great Wall of Suburbia

  • With the stage and its four-pronged tentacle-like structure set more toward the middle of the field, fans were able to get up-close-and-personal with the band.

    U2 Energizes Chicago During North American Tour Kickoff

  • I like how the oil is tentacle-like, globular yet solid.

    Oceansize on Vimeo

  • The kitchen, however, felt really bad that we weren't having a special cake and 'decorated' it with these odd tentacle-like blue-green things that I think were flowers.

    It's Wrecky Wedding Week!

  • A strange 14-meter tentacle-like object was found washed ashore a New Zealand beach.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • I like how they look, and their lack of tentacle-like cords.

    Attack of the Socktopus!*

  • She's shifted to installations where familiar objects shift in scale and mutate until they appear both alluring and dangerous -- like "Dormiente," an enlarged kitchen grater transformed into a bed, and "Undercurrent (red)," whose pulsing light bulbs and tentacle-like cords suggest a malevolent force underfoot.

    Time Off: Cultural Events Around Asia

  • These dicks for arms… would you say that they are tentacle-like?

    DRAGONBALL IS STILL DOIN’ GREAT

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