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“A change to the Curly Wurly recipe invoked considerable ire when it rendered them unstretchable, thwarting a practice which is not simply used for fun and stress relief, but is also the subject of more than one world record.”
“But larger crews could do more, and those unstretchable limits were imposed by decisions made long before anyone smelled smoke.”
“The focus is sharp, the $25 limit unstretchable, the comments trenchant and the text instructive.”
“Eight feet of unstretchable plant has blossomed into hoards of tomatoes that now, so close to the first of fall, have finally begun to ripen; all at once.”
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While cleaning out some drawers today (28 September 2008), I found a list of words from Foucault's Pendulum that I'd written fifteen or twenty years ago. I'm adding some of them here, along with ot...
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