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  • In the distance he saw a tiny V-shaped wake rippling on the surface of the river.

    Gideon’s war

  • The peculiar V-shaped mouth with its pointed upper lip, the absence of brow ridges, the absence of a chin beneath the wedgelike lower lip, the incessant quivering of this mouth, the Gorgon groups of tentacles.

    Ten of the best

  • With kiosks positioned in four V-shaped patterns, it's almost impossible for travelers to bunch up in a long line.

    The Trump Card at Check-In

  • JAPAN Industrial production was devastated by the tsunami in March, but the signs are of a classic V-shaped recession, with a plunge in output followed by a swift recovery.

    Global economy; behind deadlock in US, a nervous world is on the edge

  • It's not going to be that V-shaped recovery that a lot of baby boomers are accustomed to seeing.

    U.S. Stocks Rise

  • That newer base with V-shaped runways is to be built on landfill and house some of the 10,300 Marines that would remain based on the island.

    U.S. Renews Push on Okinawa Pact

  • Mackerel is not just cleaned and filleted but filleted in such a way that the belly comes out in a perfect, V-shaped shield.

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices

  • Thousands of years of running water have cut the land into V-shaped arroyos and gullies that deepen into clefts.

    Bird Cloud

  • Thousands of years of running water have cut the land into V-shaped arroyos and gullies that deepen into clefts.

    Bird Cloud

  • However impressive the V-shaped rebound in corporate profits has been, companies ultimately need sales growth to sustain their business and eventually start hiring.

    Revenue Growth Perks Up

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