twenty-five-mile love

twenty-five-mile

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  • A structured settlement is like the twenty-five-mile drive for food.

    Don McNay: Getting Rich Slowly

  • Bennett was a twenty-five-mile lake, narrow and deep, a funnel between the mountains through which storms ever romped.

    THE ONE THOUSAND DOZEN

  • Instead of quaking in terror and thinking about the twenty-five-mile single-day trek that loomed ahead, I concentrated on the task in front of me.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive

  • When I have time, I ride a twenty-five-mile loop out to a nearby park or take my dog on a hike.

    The Doctor is In

  • Such an attack along the twenty-five-mile Houston Ship Channel, site of more explosive materials, toxic gases, and deadly petrochemicals than anywhere else in the country, could create an environmental and economic catastrophe that would dwarf 9/11.

    Pentagon: Over 1000 Nuclear Weapon Parts Missing?

  • - Such an attack along the twenty-five-mile Houston Ship Channel, site of more explosive materials, toxic gases, and deadly petrochemicals than anywhere else in the country, could create an environmental and economic catastrophe that would dwarf 9/11.

    State of Emergency: The US in the Final Six Months of the George W. Bush Administration

  • Rather than get together under the glare of publicity at the racetrack, Ron Dennis decided to avoid the twenty-five-mile journey from the centre of Istanbul and have the drivers meet in private at their hotel in an attempt to clear the air.

    Chequered Conflict

  • Still, back in the cabin after a twenty-five-mile day, he would sometimes recline in the tiny living-dining-sleeping room, leafing through his training calendar, thinking, How did I ever do this all those years without going crazy?

    Again to Carthage

  • Just before the twenty-five-mile marker, he felt a stricken, horrible feeling in his abdomen, and immediately a bolt of chartreuse liquid shot from his mouth and splashed in front of him.

    Again to Carthage

  • He had passed the twenty-five-mile marker without realizing it and now he could make out just ahead the 25.2 marker, where an elderly gentleman Cassidy recognized as Walter Welch was calling the time out from a stopwatch.

    Again to Carthage

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