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  • The combination of no straps, a split neck and a folded-over bodice put Eva about 1/32-of-an-inch away from a wardrobe malfunction.

    Eva Mendes' Near Wardrobe Malfunction At Comic-Con (PHOTOS)

  • Josh was kicked back on my bed, the desk light on, reading a folded-over paperback.


  •       He sits on a folded-over cardboard box, slightly off-balance and without any visible sign of support other than the granite wall of the bank behind him and the few coins in the paper cup he shakes at each passerby.

    Pretty White Gloves

  • After the lake was dug, Myra lined the hole with plastic and buried the folded-over edge in dirt on the shores of the lake.


  • I know what teenagers are wearing, and it's not plaid shirts and folded-over knee socks.

    Jughead’s Double Digest #139 Review | Comics Should Be Good! @ Comic Book Resources

  • Anon- ah, you're referring to 'atayef, the folded-over pancakes stuffed with ashta and decorated with pistachios.

    Sweet Cream and Pistachio Turnovers

  • There was also his lucky Kennedy half-dollar, an old bill for a muffler (that had been when he and George had been running that big bad Pontiac Bonneville), and a folded-over Polaroid.


  • He dug around in his back pocket and produced the extra keys, my wallet, and finally the folded-over photo of Amy.

    Miss Misery

  • He tried to think clearly — his mind was fogged, he was still so very tired — and forced his hands to go through his own pockets: a handkerchief, banknotes, coins, a pencil stub, a folded-over scrap of paper, his monocle.

    The Glass Books of the Dream Eaters

  • The female attendant was in a simple folded-over chiton, and had her hair rather attractively bound up in headscarves.

    See Delphi and Die


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