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  • When Dad came home from work, we would do what’s called dry-land training: exercises that focused on strength, flexibility, and balance.

    Zero Regrets

  • When Dad came home from work, we would do what’s called dry-land training: exercises that focused on strength, flexibility, and balance.

    Zero Regrets

  • When Dad came home from work, we would do what’s called dry-land training: exercises that focused on strength, flexibility, and balance.

    Zero Regrets

  • And I hated, hated, hated the madhouse scene, in which a clutch of actors dressed like Absolute Evil's minions in Time Bandits perform a dry-land synchronized swimming routine while the Duchess croons "I Love You More Than Yesterday" into a red mic that descends from the ceiling.

    The Duchess of Malfi

  • And I hated, hated, hated the madhouse scene, in which a clutch of actors dressed like Absolute Evil's minions in Time Bandits perform a dry-land synchronized swimming routine while the Duchess croons "I Love You More Than Yesterday" into a red mic that descends from the ceiling.

    The Duchess of Malfi

  • Once we were fish-like, you and I, my reader, and crawled up out of the sea to pioneer in the great, dry-land adventure in the thick of which we are now.

    Chapter 21

  • What is certain is that the people buried here lived in a time when this land was high enough to support dry-land cattle farms and cane farms, instead of cranes and shrimp.

    Gulf oil spill could push Pointe-au-Chien Indian tribe to the point of no return

  • "The farmers that are growing dry-land wheat may see the same yields from now on," he says.

    Wheat Reaches its Limit

  • "They may not see increases in yield under dry-land conditions because we simply are shuffling the same genetic deck out there."

    Wheat Reaches its Limit

  • What is certain is that the people buried here lived in a time when this land was high enough to support dry-land cattle farms and cane farms, instead of cranes and shrimp.

    Gulf oil spill touches isolated Pointe-au-Chien Indian tribe and its past

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