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  • Today, various styles are made under the Rapala brand, but the Original Floater is an outstanding choice for everything. —

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  • And Clear Floater is a clear, high-floating trout line in sizes 4 through 6.

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  • Floater will remain on the table until there is an incoming call, where it will nod or rotate to alert you, while a variant known as Floater B comes with a sliding form factor that will reveal a physical keyboard when opened.

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  • Designer Mac Funamizu is back again with another cellphone concept, where it is known as the Floater due to its surfing maneuver-inspired lines.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Gadgets

  • Finke scored another when she got a hold of this harsh goodbye email from "Floater" Marcus Washington at WME.

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  • The most recent of those two stories, "Floater," was adapted into an episode of Tales From the Darkside with the title "Fear of Floating."

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  • Cross Calvin Trillin's parody of Time magazine in "Floater" with Evelyn Waugh's parody of Forest Lawn cemetery in "The Loved One," and you've got Cheever's American Reader, with its suffocatingly pastoral compound and its overeducated editors fine-tuning such articles as "The Day My Hippie Son Cut His Hair."

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  • Count me in as another outlet of information about the cesspool of corruption that is King County Elections and the King Turd himself, Ron "Floater" Sims.

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  • "Floater" verses from the "Single Girl" tradition appear in another version dating back to Rufus Crisp's 1946 recording for the Library of Congress.

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  • "Floater" verses from the "Single Girl" tradition appear in another version dating back to Rufus Crisp's 1946 recording for the Library of Congress.

    I've Been All Around This World

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