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“But in my day, at my best, I tipped the scales close to two-forty.”
“TODAY, ALTHOUGH OUR CLASSES are over at two-forty, we cannot go home.”
“Out here in California we're paying it two-forty a dollars a gallon for gasoline.”
“He reminded himself that DuShaun might be six-foot-four and two-forty, but he was still a boy wrapped up inside that body.”
“It was two-forty and we were only fifteen minutes from Towle's office.”
“I never do, of course, because usually they're on my side; but you have only to check the literature to find there is enormous variation in the process of departing this world, the doctor says that death occurred, say, between two-ten and two-forty, as here.”
“It says here that time of death was between two-ten and two-forty.”
“It must have taken us five or ten minutes to search the building, so that would mean she left between two-forty and ten of.”
“ANSWER: Well, traffic was light, and it may have been that I left as early as two-forty, are you going to charge me with speeding.”
“All armed and equipped, at the rate of 'two-forty,”
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