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“One day after he opened with a 63 in conditions so calm he might as well have been playing indoors, Day found out quickly what he was up against Saturday in tree-shaking wind on the TPC at Boston.”
“But if we must have an officiating priest, let it be some dignified old hypocrite with no factional allegiance and not a tree-shaking huckster and publicity seeker who believes that millions of his fellow citizens are hellbound because they do not meet his own low and vulgar standards.”
“To pursue the line of bureaucratic tree-shaking may eventually get the job done, but not without lots of pain and frustration.”
“But Virgil was patient, and did well at the last; though the chronicles do not tell us how many pears ever came to the teeth of him that did the tree-shaking.”
“As Alleyne stooped to raise him, the air seemed to be alive with the sharp zip-zip of the bolts, and he could hear them pattering on the deck like apples at a tree-shaking.”
“One day after Jason Day opened with a 63 in conditions so calm he might as well have been playing indoors, he found out quickly what he was up against Saturday in tree-shaking wind on the TPC at Boston.”
“If all that comes out of Mr. Flaherty's tree-shaking effort is a modest expansion of these existing corporate welfare schemes, then Canadian taxpayers will have been spared a U. S.-style extravaganza.”
“Some believe Christian is the Smoke Monster, and we did see some tree-shaking going on.”
“Davis said she's got doubts about tree-shaking, anyway.”
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