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  • ( "Tumbled," for example, is a method for knocking barnacles and imperfections off shells, the latest thing for the new "designer" oysters like Taylor's gemlike Shigokus.)

    The American Oyster Paradise

  • Oil Prices Spiked and Stocks Tumbled on concerns about Libya, after that nation closed its ports blocking oil exports.

    Arab Unrest Stuns Markets

  • Tumbled walls covered in moss give way to fields running down to the water.

    Secret History of Elizabeth Tudor, Vampire Slayer

  • Yesterday I Tweeted, Facebooked and Tumbled a fabulous pair of pink skinny jeans from Zara that I discovered on Have to Have, a social registry for your life that I co-founded.

    Carla Holtze: 2012: A Shopper's Odyssey

  • Tumbled stone and tiled basins were meant for water.

    Tran Siberian

  • Resale Prices Tumbled in 3rd Quarter WASHINGTON -- Home builders 'confidence in the market has plunged to a record low amid overwhelming uncertainty about the economy.

    Home-Builder Index Plunges to Low;

  • Home Prices Tumbled in 3rd Quarter, Realtors Say Among 152 metropolitan areas included in the National Association of Realtors 'survey, 120 posted declines in median home sales prices compared with a year ago.

    Home-Builder Index Plunges to Low;

  • Tumbled together on the table are some pieces of iron, purposely broken to be tested at various periods of their service, in various capacities.

    Bleak House

  • Tumbled about among the spread nets and the glass frames sparkling and winking in the sun there were such heaps of drooping pods, and marrows, and cucumbers, that every foot of ground appeared a vegetable treasury, while the smell of sweet herbs and all kinds of wholesome growth (to say nothing of the neighbouring meadows where the hay was carrying) made the whole air a great nosegay.

    Bleak House

  • The Spokane cop who's after Vince turns up as an older character in two earlier Walter books, Over Tumbled Graves and Land of the Blind.

    Citizen Vince -- Jess Walter

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