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  • I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot.

    MY 1916 VISIT TO JACK LONDON

  •      How can mere dry-rot compare with the mess in Afghanistan, right?

    Dry Rot

  • I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it be stifled by dry-rot

    The Fall online - latest Fall News

  • While I maintain ambivalent feelings about this ancient pile of dry-rot, we have some stuff inside I'd hate to lose to a house fire . . .

    Snow

  • When public officials lie, the moral dry-rot can be wide-ranging, sometimes leading to catastrophic results (read: Iraq).

    Homage to I.F. Stone: Secrets & Lies

  • Speaking through his channeler, Cynthia Huevos-Crusher-Stonehenge, Councilman Arbuckle went on to describe some of the common problems experienced by his constituents including over-watering and dry-rot.

    To Live and Die in L.A.

  • I found his work on Crane completely unremarkable; plus, he has basic grammatical problems NTM his attempts at sustaining a submerged metaphor utterly sink or dry-rot stink.

    The Hart Crane Controversy

  • [3] HOSE WOES Fuel-line hoses are notorious for developing kinks, dry-rot patches, and collapsed sections.

    Five Do-It-Yourself Repairs for Outboard Motors

  • Their whole foundation, built on lies and fraud and corruption and in-your-face arrogance and bullying, has rampant dry-rot at the core.

    "Shallow Throat": Ratchet It Up, Take 'Em Down

  • I would rather that my spark should burn out in a brilliant blaze than it should be stifled by dry-rot.

    Two Into One: The Lives of Russ and Winnie Kingman

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