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  • It's true that Truvia pours out of the packet in convincing crystal-like granules, not in a powder.

    Bracing for the Fake Sugar Rush

  • The raid yielded four pounds of heroin and 208 pounds of methamphetamine in varying stages of processing, from its liquid form to the crystal-like pieces sold on the street in small quantities for consumption.

    Vegas cops nab 208 pounds of meth, arrest immigrants

  • White plastic container filled with topaz crystal-like

    Winter's Presence 2010

  • Much of it will be cut with baking soda, that mixture then heated to remove moisture, forming into small, crystal-like rocks known as crack.

    DEVILS IN EXILE

  • A recollection of Judy Garland's concerts at New York's Palace Theatre, for instance — which Mr. Hoghe knew through cherished recordings — led to a charming foray in which Mr. Hoghe held a tiny, crystal-like chandelier as delicately as a fish bone.

    A Latecomer's Outsider Artistry

  • A heavy chandelier, with crystal-like diamonds, hovered over the table, which had a thin glass top and curved marble legs.

    WILLIE MAYS

  • And so interspersed in our happy days are those days that require our tear ducts to open up so we may shed those crystal-like secretions.

    IS THERE HOPE FOR US PEOPLE OF TABUK?

  • They are concerned that the milk and dairy products imported from China were also laced with melamine, a crystal-like residue that causes damage to internal organs and death when consumed.

    Don���t Buy Milk and Dairy Products Made in China: WHO Warns

  • And then there was a plastic crystal-like gear shifter.

    2600m?

  • In this complication, bulks of crystal-like uric acid develop mostly in the joints.

    Hyperuricemia is Gout: Learning about Its Causes and Complexities

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