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  • But that's just the plot (which also involves a writer for a magazine called Glossy).

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  • The gene known as Glossy 15 was originally described for its role in giving corn seedlings a waxy coating that acts like a sun screen for the young plant.

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  • When I excitedly called the Glossy Grandparents to tell them my good news that I was engaged, Nana Gloss said that she would like us to have a bar of platinum that Grampa Gloss had bought for her some time ago. image


  • "Glossy" paper has the same problem, but has the advantage of a much higher contrast ratio than the Kindle provides.

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  • I am wearing the free skin Fhaya "Glossy" skin from

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  • Glossy promotional displays line the walls, and continuous-loop DVD presentations portray the church as a place to belong, grow, and serve—advertising it as Positive.

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  • Glossy glass cases held what looked like grenades.

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  • Act II: Glossy grey leaves trilling in stiff pre-thunderstorm gusts.

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  • It commands the sort of attention and fan loyalty that high school football does in Texas and some other parts of the U.S. Glossy magazines in Japan are devoted to following school-boy ball players.

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  • Glossy publication has everything fantasy players need to dominate their league: Position-by-position rankings and strategies, articles from USA TODAY experts, a mock draft featuring some of the biggest names in the fantasy community, and in-depth looks at many top players.

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