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  • She lives on a farmette in Michigan with her husband, children, a too-big garden, and a number of obsessive-compulsive animals.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Grieving and Recovery

  • You unravel in descending sobs, not awake and not asleep, a small, thrashing thing on your too-big bed.

    Unwritten

  • The only thing I can think to add to all of the previous comments is my one experience with too-big socks.

    Laetare Sunday

  • Offers planning and design tools to tame the too-big house, shake free of monotonous development, and negotiate the political minefield of teardowns.

    2009 January 02 « Beachwood Historical Alliance

  • He is a puppy with too-big paws who does not know the rules that I know.

    Mad Dog

  • His feet scrape on the ground because he drags them like a puppy with too-big paws.

    Mad Dog

  • You choose from a grid of photographs and click one—"Ambition," perhaps, of a boy in a too-big helmet, taken July 1 in Athens, Greece.

    Can We Humanize the Web?

  • If W had gone on this mission, he would have ended up getting into a Three Stooges slap-fight with Kim Jong Il, getting his too-big cowboy hat pulled down over his eyes, and bashing his own nose in trying to Pull on the exit door clearly marked Push.

    Freed journalist: 'We knew the nightmare was...coming to an end

  • “Wait right there,” I told the too-big, too-flat television.

    Crossed

  • House Republicans, seeing the heavy hand of a too-big government, beg to differ.

    Wonkbook: Whatever happened to uncertainty?

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