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  • The only visual vestiges I had of the black power movement before seeing this doc were the same ones I left with: remnants of a commodified culture of natural's and hair grease, black leather jackets, and clenched fists, to be adorned on t-shirts, posters and coffee mugs.

    Naima Ramos-Chapman: 'The Black Power Mixtape': Who's Telling You Your Stories?

  • From a fly box, he acquired an elk-haired caddis pattern matching the natural's size and color.

    The Retreat

  • The idle suggestion of Hallam had taken firm hold of the natural's mind, and with a dogged persistence, that he showed also in other matters, he had now been daily laboring upon the cross-shaped excavation which was to ventilate the cellars of "Charity House."

    Reels and Spindles A Story of Mill Life

  • Without the spiritual, observe, the natural's impossible; -- no form, no motion!

    An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry

  • The ordeal of the Flight 93 passengers -- who allegedly banded together to overwhelm the hijackers, a heroic act that cost them their lives when the plane went down in rural Pennsylvania -- was the most natural story to tell (if natural's the word).

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • There's no doubt that Palin displayed a natural's touch when speaking to the convention last Wednesday.

    The American Spectator


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