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  • His bald spot had become well entrenched; his glasses had become bifocals; his weight had spun up from one-eighty into the two-twenty range.

    'Full Dark, No Stars'

  • I rounded the end of that log and put down the hill at a two-twenty clip, old bald-face reachin 'for me at every jump.

    Bald-Face

  • Since two-twenty does not really, uh, indulge (save for the rare experiment), we brought in a panel of experts who we felt were more up to the task of providing our readers with only the most comprehensive and scientific information relating to trademark infringement and illegal drug use.

    Archive 2008-01-01

  • Muriel is finishing the two-twenty Gideon Sundback Zippermania tour.

    Masked

  • Ossifer Copafeel: but lookee heer, i gots a warrint for one Bird, Q.T., data bird nineteen s3xynine, six foot two, two-twenty, blond and blue, legs to china . . .

    u wont take meh alive coppahs - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Ossifer Copafeel: but lookee heer, i gots a warrint for one Bird, Q.T., data bird nineteen sexynine, six foot two, two-twenty, blond and blue, legs to china . . .

    u wont take meh alive coppahs - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • #48@LynchMob: As uninspiring as it would be to call up a catcher hitting two-twenty something, I think their focus is on defense and calling a good game from the catcher spot.

    Frame by Frame

  • Then he spun, looking toward the highway, pointing, and when I turned, not wanting to see anything but more dark, there were headlights coming along the stretch of two-twenty we could see from the top of the hill.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • Merrill had purchased five thousand shares each at forty, but had since been compelled to sustain the market to the extent of over five thousand shares more each, at prices ranging from one-twenty to two-twenty, the largest blocks of shares having been bought at the latter figure.

    The Titan

  • Hand, Schryhart, Arneel, and Merrill, weighted with this inpouring flood of stock, which they had to take at two-twenty, hurried to their favorite banks, hypothecating vast quantities at one-fifty and over, and using the money so obtained to take care of the additional shares which they were compelled to buy.

    The Titan

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