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  • Kit crushed Fancy in a back-breaking hug and tried to dance her around in a circle.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • Damon, looking fastball all the way, lifted a fly ball that carried into the first row of right-field seats for a back-breaking grand slam.

    One Season

  • I'm convinced that the back-breaking queues for the Peter Pan ride at Disneyland are entirely driven by that opening trompe l'oieul flyover of London in miniature.

    Boing Boing

  • With the 24-second shot clock down to one, he diffused the Celtic comeback with a back-breaking jumper just before the buzzer.

    One Season

  • Kit crushed Fancy in a back-breaking hug and tried to dance her around in a circle.

    Slice Of Cherry

  • And for the low-income workers who do the back-breaking work of harvesting our food, we actually can assume that many of them will be exposed to dangerous chemicals every working day.

    Michael Brune: Rachel's Kids

  • Written in 1995, this book offers wisdom for many who still do back-breaking work and for those who manage them.

    How to Tell when You're Tired (copy)

  • Written in 1995, this book offers wisdom for many who still do back-breaking work and for those who manage them.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • And for the low-income workers who do the back-breaking work of harvesting our food, we actually can assume that many of them will be exposed to dangerous chemicals every working day.

    Michael Brune: Rachel's Kids

  • Damon, looking fastball all the way, lifted a fly ball that carried into the first row of right-field seats for a back-breaking grand slam.

    One Season

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