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“Yet here they are severed from me drowning in three-day-old milk.”
“Fish mongers were selling two- or three-day-old fish, said Ezzedine Gaesmi, a salesman at the indoor market in Tunis, where many stands were empty.”
“The three-day-old air campaign has, at least for now, stopped a Libyan government attack that appeared on the verge of extinguishing the month-long rebellion.”
“He had a three-day-old beard and, on his waist, demi-handles of middle-aged pooch.”
“Earlier that same day, there had been a mother with her newborn, a three-day-old with a fever of 102.”
“I am three-day-old trash waiting on the sidewalk in the sun, and soon I'll be rid of myself…”
“He finally ends up with the metaphor of "A three-day-old slice of cheese.”
“I stumble into the kitchen and there he is, hands submerged in the half-filled sink, scrubbing three-day-old pasta residue off Target clearance dishware.”
“It's today's stage takes in 187. 5km (or 116.5 miles - roughly the distance from Sunderland to Sheffield), and it's flatter than a three-day-old bottle of pop with the lid left off.”
“Get off your screen and out of your house and breathe in something that doesn't smell like three-day-old Honey Bunches of Oats.”
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