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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sear.

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  • How is it that in this economy, cards such as sears can get away with charging 28\% interest?

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  • It's the kind of fight that sears into your soul, because you know that it's about a lot more than just stuffing.

    Lisa Earle McLeod: Are You an Additive Person or a Subtractive One?

  • Then Mr. Acheson sears the halved bodies, simmers them in soy sauce and chicken stock until tender and, after sautéing them in butter, tosses the verdant hats with sesame seeds and salty halloumi a Cypriot cheese made from goat's and sheep's milk.

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  • Imade a knife in the past using a sears pry-bar for the blade and an antler handle.

    How to Make a Knife Handle Out of an Antler Shed

  • - SF day two after a hearty breakfast of 18 teeny pancakes at sears fine foods, we took a boat trip over to alcatraz. that place creeped me the heck out. that evening, we surprised nthn at the galleria park hotel (where we stayed - thanks monica and jen for the great hook-up!) wine hour, then dinner with the whole gang at bocadillos.

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  • It's the kind of fight that sears into your soul, because you know that it's about a lot more than just stuffing.

    Lisa Earle McLeod: Are You an Additive Person or a Subtractive One?

  • Nor can I explain why I feel as I do -- I oppose much in the way you expect to when your great white flash sears your eyes.

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  • It's the kind of fight that sears into your soul, because you know that it's about a lot more than just stuffing.

    Lisa Earle McLeod: Are You an Additive Person or a Subtractive One?

  • It's the kind of fight that sears into your soul, because you know that it's about a lot more than just stuffing.

    Lisa Earle McLeod: Are You an Additive Person or a Subtractive One?

  • - SF day two after a hearty breakfast of 18 teeny pancakes at sears fine foods, we took a boat trip over to alcatraz. that place creeped me the heck out. that evening, we surprised nthn at the galleria park hotel (where we stayed - thanks monica and jen for the great hook-up!) wine hour, then dinner with the whole gang at bocadillos.

    no birdman here... - SF day two

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