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  • Suddenly, tucking into a plate of gourmet fare, Edwards - who specializes in aerosols - had what might be called a voilà! moment.

    Boston Phoenix - thePhoenix.com

  • Then voilà, everything changed, I got my Crackberry and all was right with the world.

    Lorraine Roe: Blackberry and iPhone: Woody and Buzz?

  • "The big voil à happened," Mr. Culler says, when he realized that "micro-replicating" process technology from other parts of 3M, used in such areas as reflective material, could be applied to the ceramics used for the sanding disks.

    3M Brings Along the Basics As It Balances New and Old

  • Dinosaur preparers don't just crack open the cast and, voil, there's a critter with 6-inch incisors and spikes on its back the size of traffic cones.

    Living His Dinosaur Dream

  • She thought about it: that extra boost of cosmic energy, and voil!

    Making Room for Mr. Right

  • People who order them are, in her experience, expecting to pay two bucks apiece, then throw em on a stand, and wah-lah hey, if theyre buying one of those tacky wire stands for their daughters weddings, would they recognize voil?

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Mitchell had an aha moment; he told them to add a top, dip it in chocolate, and voil!

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • So I waited for a promotion of 40% off plus free shipping, and voil, it's now mine.

    This --> - A Dress A Day

  • Mix in the weird and wonderful world of romance and voil: opportunity for whole new levels of misunderstanding!

    What Men Say, What Women Hear

  • I switched off the Rover, plowed through the snow to the barn–and voil?

    Katherine Neville "The Fire"

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