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  • He was the young and sizzly tape coordinator, and holy Lord, did I have a mind-swirling crush on him.

    Live and Let Love

  • I guess it's just as well since my tv picks up only about four channels and the channel Lost is on comes in super duper fuzzy and sizzly.

    toastcrumbs Diary Entry

  • Grizzly bear, grizzly bear, Run and hide, you sizzly bear!

    Alvin Journeyman

  • "Blue is a cool thing, like water, or ice clinking in your glass," he would say, "and red's hot and sizzly, like the fire."

    The Happy Venture

  • I struck the first now, the fourteenth, and, in spite of dead fingers and the sizzly, doubtful match, it cracked, blazed, and then, oh blessed, blessed birch bark!

    The Arctic Prairies : a Canoe-Journey of 2,000 Miles in Search of the Caribou; Being the Account of a Voyage to the Region North of Aylemer Lake

  • It made a super sizzly sound that I find very satisfying and then I did the dangerous part -- the part that fancy French waiters do at fancy French restaurants to impress you -- I returned the skillet to the flame and tilted it so the rum would catch fire.

    The Amateur Gourmet

  • In a large skillet, melt butter, and when sizzly, saute mushrooms until mushrooms start to brown.

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  • In a large skillet, melt butter, and when sizzly, sauté mushrooms until mushrooms start to brown.

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  • Definitely don't turn sharpening up on the 5D when shooting video-the line-skipping used in video mode means the images are already too sharp in a very sizzly way, like scaling down an image in Photoshop using Nearest Neighbor sampling.

    ProLost

  • Those aren't real hot, sizzly topics for headlines, and I understand that.

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