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“Walking through the empty corridors, in search of a nurses station or a reception desk, she noticed crude murals visible beneath too-thin coats of paint, drawings of mammoth penises nailed to crucifixes.”
“She sits on the too-thin cot of her jail cell, leaned forward with her elbows resting on her knees, her head bowed as she replays the incident over and over in her mind.”
“On drizzling nights, when we shiver in too-thin coats, oil bleeding lazy rainbows into flooding gutters, I dream I see a moat.”
“I prefer using pancetta that has been cut in 1/4 slices and then diced, so I buy it directly from the deli counter where I can direct the pancetta's thickness, rather than in pre-cut packages of too-thin slices.”
“She could feel her wolf-form pushing against the too-thin layer of her human skin.”
“He had taken care to secure a spot near the stage, which was momentarily empty as the bidding on the too-thin, flaxen-haired watering pot for whom the harpy was being paid had just ended.”
“They didn't last long: both masters began panting hard in the too-thin air.”
“This got me thinking about the dangerous consequences of the images of air-brushed, too-thin women flashing across television screens and appearing on every other page of magazines which target impressionable teenage girls.”
“And kids feeling the autumnal chill in too-thin hoodies.”
“The study of more than 2,500 adolescents over five years reinforced several things that doctors have found among their patients — particularly that destructive behaviors such as vomiting or abusing laxatives are prevalent among overweight teens as well as their too-thin peers, and that body attitudes and perceptions can play a big role in future weight problems.”
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