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  • I pushed him out of the way and rescued my wadded-up Mom memento.

    Odd Girl In

  • We watched him pull a handful of junk out of his pocket before he found a wadded-up tissue to wipe his reading glasses with.

    Odd Girl In

  • Harry must have gotten some sleep here; a wadded-up blanket was kicked over one arm.

    Rogue Oracle

  • The women were expertly stretching the rubbers, prying them open, and stuffing in wadded-up pieces of paper and little yellow pills.

    A Covert Affair

  • I threw some wadded-up paper tablecloths into a trash can my mother was holding.

    Chocolate & Vicodin

  • Dante lobbed the wadded-up cloth into the bathroom, hitting the sink with annoying ease, then he looked at her.

    Etched in Bone

  • He handed me twenty and rooted in his jacket pocket for a handful of wadded-up ones.

    Mercy Kill

  • Then when he needed them, he put them in a bag or a sock or a wadded-up shirt.

    Gideon’s war

  • You can give an indoors-only cat sufficient stimulation, you've just got to work at it — playing games with them, providing enrichment toys and climbing stands, and keeping plugged into the things they like, like dripping water, wadded-up paper or chase games.

    Cat on a leash: We'll walk you through it

  •   She wore dark-blue jeans and fisted a wadded-up black bandana on her thigh.

    In Search of a Meaningful Moment

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