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  • Undiluted vinegar, she says, cleans mirrors without streaking — or strong odors, once it dries — but costs as little as a penny an ounce.

    Some skip commercial cleaners for those made from pantry

  • Undiluted Brown has, in the event, made the Nation vomit.

    Newmania Avoids Complacency

  • Undiluted panic spurred her forward, giving her enough nerve to snatch the album away.


  • Undiluted, guilty pleasure of the vintage pulp adventure ... full of dark (somber and even macabre) tones, bathed in rays of soaring, brittle light - a heady brew, an experience not unlike a pint of complex English stout (paired with an aged cheese), enjoyed on the stepstones of a looming cathedral, not far away from an ancient cemetery, watching the purple haze and glorious golden-lined clouds of a dying sunset.

    Rare Pulp Science Fiction, Issue 3

  • Undiluted by the ventilation system, he smelled incredible, like when my mom used to make French toast and bacon, and the RV would fill with cinnamon and sugar and salt and meat.

    Bring On the Night

  • On this subject: I slightly warm to the UK Daily Mail for today's article by its science editor Michael Hanlon, Homeopathy - Undiluted Tosh!.

    BBC News gives homeopathy an easy ride

  • Undiluted... a gift, created by God for His pilgrims to enjoy.


  • Undiluted, uncompromised, no longer bending to the will of a partner.

    transmission interrupted

  • Undiluted chlorine bleach splashed on dry cloth can completely strip most dyes.


  • "Undiluted bubotuber pus!" said Ron, picking up the envelope gingerly and sniffing it.

    Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire


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  • March 29, 2010