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“The three had kindly devoted the morning to me, for this photographic-themed family outing (basically, the kids agreed to tag along and play in the snow, while I tip-toed up and down the icy streets snap-shooting; it was Jean-Marc's job to navigate).”
“His fingers tip-toed along my oblique and approached my closed legs.”
“The Fed is treading upon a mine-laden path that has never been tip-toed through in this country," said Andrew Busch, a currency strategist at BMO Capital Markets.”
“Instead, they tip-toed around the issue and reported unfairness, favoritism, harassment or hostile environment.”
“As Love tip-toed toward a turf war with various youth basketball power brokers, he eventually decided to plunge all the way in.”
“No, not the squeaky-voiced troubadour who tip-toed through tulips in the 1960s, but the original -- Timothy Cratchit, the crutch-wielding tyke from Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol.”
“I jumped off the barstool and tip-toed my way to the door.”
“Charlie Crist for the GOP nomination and has often tip-toed around his connection to the movement, also won a rousing endorsement from the group Thursday.”
“You tip-toed past your dad, the kitchen jaw was open, and you shoved Uncle sense, more than sense because the corner table crushed his thin tin dome near the base of his ketchupy brain.”
“I thought part of the allure of this story was how it tip-toed along the line of “oh oh”.”
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