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  • Worn-out washers or loose fittings can cause faucets to drip.

    Don't be a drip: Celebrate National Fix-a-Leak Week

  • Worn-out water systems leak away 20 gallons of fresh water per day for every American; replacing systems that are nearing the end of their useful life would cost $11 billion more annually than all levels of government now plan to spend.

    How America Can Rise Again

  • I greatly enjoyed Missy's first book, "Living With Purpose in a Worn-out Body" -- it's beautifully written and very insightful.

    Publishers Weekly likes religion book by Rockwall author | RELIGION Blog |

  • Worn-out by his struggles, he crept quietly back into bed in the predawn dusk and, lying close beside Ella, one arm round her waist, fell asleep at once.


  • Worn-out high school seniors are getting fresh encouragement from a range of sources to take a break — a "gap year" — before plunging into college.

    Gap Year A Good Idea

  • Worn-out, Maya finally allowed herself to plunge into true sleep, down a dark slope that promised oblivion.

    Three Stations : An Arkady Renko Novel

  • Worn-out agricultural machinery could not be replaced.

    The J Curve

  • How much you wanna bet, for instance, those great humanitarians Little Willie Gates and Junk Bond genius Big Bad Worn-out Buffett are heavily invested in the military industrial complex.

    Same Old Same Old

  • Worn-out bath towels are better than anything else for big spills, and small towels of thin terry, cotton knit, or other soft, absorbent cloth are good for small spills.


  • Worn-out chairs, no floor covering, and even at that time of the year, it had a chill about it.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine


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