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  • You can see the beds they've got the overhands which is the canapé bags.

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  • I use double overhands because they will not slip closed.

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  • Just then she made a spring for that rope ladder of ours and overhands up like a trapeze star.

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  • She climbed Popocatepetl, the mysterious "Sleeping Woman" that overhands the ancient town, and looked into its crater.

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  • So they walked the length of the moat twice without speaking, and might have accomplished it a third time, had little Stanley Carew not appeared upon the scene with the impulsive energy of his thirteen years, begging Christian to bowl him some really swift overhands.

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  • When one is in one of those villages it seems spacious, and its houses seem high and not out of proportion to the mountain that overhands them, -- but from our altitude, what a change!

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  • When one is in one of those villages it seems spacious, and its houses seem high and not out of proportion to the mountain that overhands them -- but from our altitude, what a change!

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  • Round 3: Shields is starting to look frustrated as GSP's keeps him away with jabs and overhands from the outside.

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  • Nelson won't be wildly throwing overhands, but he'll likely be putting his jab in Struve's face consistently to set up his power.

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  • He doesn't loop his overhands horribly all of the time, but he tends to tire and fall into the mold.

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