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  • Devilishly hot, said Chuck Lowe, a construction worker in Chicago who has been on the job outside most of the week.

    Brutal Heat Wave Tightens Grip on Nation

  • Devilishly tart (though you can add more sugar or even honey if it's too sour for you), the tang of the rhubarb melts smoothly into the Summery sweet strawberries and creamy apples, turning the three ingredients into a chunky, rich mixture that you could add to pretty much anything.

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  • Devilishly tart (though you can add more sugar or even honey if it's too sour for you), the tang of the rhubarb melts smoothly into the Summery sweet strawberries and creamy apples, turning the three ingredients into a chunky, rich mixture that you could add to pretty much anything.

    For Simplicity's Sake

  • Devilishly clever, Next blends fact and fiction into a breathless tale of a new world where nothing is what it seems, and a set of new possibilities can open at every turn.

    Next by Michael Crichton: Book summary

  • Devilishly I saw the rain eat stones, and like an algae I fumbled in its depth for its arid, permanent depth …

    ALTERNATIVE MEMORY

  • Devilishly handsome, he could charm a snake out of its skin.

    Warrior's Baby

  • "Devilishly sorry to hear of your loss, don't you know."

    The Outrageous Dowager

  • Devilishly clever, and designed to maroon the show in the middle of nowhere.

    Elephant Song

  • Devilishly difficult, the programme's genius is that it relies less on general knowledge alone and more on lateral thinking, where connections must be made between apparently unconnected things.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • The wonderfull and just on time, the gorgeous Devilishly in Love rings for her.

    Fashion World of SL

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