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  • Not only was it 35 degrees C that day, but watching my careful soil restoration being destroyed with every fork-full was nearly making me cry.

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  • Dad's hands are full, biscuit in one, fork-full of brisket/yams/green beans in the other.

    Superman Comes to Dinner

  • "I still don't get it," Guido protested, gulping down another enormous fork-full of spaghetti.

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  • Besides such minor offences as putting the wrong harness on the horse and tying the cows in the wrong stalls, I spilled a sack of oats, broke a window-pane in the barn and buried a young turkey beneath a fork-full of manure -- all in one day!

    The Memoirs of a Swine in the Land of Kultur

  • Those who had never gone through a Claflin contest were inclined to be finicky of appetite and to go off into trances with a piece of toast or a fork-full of potato poised between plate and mouth.

    Left Guard Gilbert

  • One hopeful tries to feed her parrot a fork-full of mashed potato.

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  • So I had this zucchini sitting in my fridge and I knew I needed to do something with it, but I couldn't face another fork-full of it sauted.

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  • One fellow dad managed to leave his house and walk all the way to his local cafe, order a full English and was literally about to trough a fork-full of bacon and egg when the chef nonchalantly asked him how the little 'un was.

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  • “Better safe than sorry” he says, gesturing with a fork-full of whipped cream.”

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  • a pulley on the under side the wood framework at C, and its further end may be held in the hand of the workman on the hay load, who, when he has properly adjusted the fork, pulls the cord which operates the clutch, and the "fork-full" of hay is at once elevated.

    Scientific American, Volume 22, No. 1, January 1, 1870 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.

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