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“After the meeting, she said he appeared to be well-cared-for and wasn't being held in an official prison.”
“The vet report says they are incredibly healthy and very well socialized and have obviously been well-cared-for.”
“A well-cared-for .30/06 (60 grains of powder per cartridge) will give you about 5,000 rounds of first-class accuracy.”
“In the distance a machine stopped and deposited a woman whose utmost years might have been guessed as sixty, who walked across the lawn as lightly as a well-cared-for woman of forty, and whose actual calendar age was sixty-eight.”
“Grimes's once irresistibly plummy voice is frayed like a not particularly well-cared-for Aubusson rug.”
“At the bottom of the steep but clear and well-cared-for path that leads from the ample car park to the summit, the great 17th-century diarist John Evelyn bears out the Guardian's choice for Britain's Best View, number four.”
“If we use them properly, beginning with elimination of militarism and war, truly, every human being will be able to live a wealthy, well-cared-for life.”
“But neither can I just take the next couple of months off, even as a lucky, well-cared-for union employee.”
““This is a well-cared-for infant,” the doctor said.”
“The room was, by her own standards, large, and furnished in the Empire period -- the bed, dressing-table and wardrobe were mahogany and vast; they shared a patina of well-cared-for age.”
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