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  • Chris was the unintentionally funniest of the two, certainly in the marketing push for his sophisticated, rum-based, three-flavoured Prism drink with its iconic, eye-catching if you weren't careful spike-shaped bottle.

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  • In the man walking in front, who seemed more or less unconscious of the man walking behind, Harker recognized at once the high-bridged nose and spike-shaped beard of his own employer the Admiral.

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  • In the man walking in front, who seemed more or less unconscious of the man walking behind, Harker recognized at once the high-bridged nose and spike-shaped beard of his own employer the Admiral.

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  • At the corners of the garden were fine old trees -- tall, spike-shaped evergreens of some variety, and in the midst of it was a weeping yew tree and

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  • Also 20 feet long, it was a squat fish-eater with a 3-foot pancake-flat head and spike-shaped teeth on slender jaws.

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  • It's possible the country will have one of those steep, spike-shaped recessions they tend to have, and I suspect they'll bounce back hard as global inflation re-stokes agriculture commodities.

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  • Scheid identified B cells whose antibodies attack the gp140 protein, a spike-shaped protein that pokes out from the surface of the HIV virus.

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  • Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, Harrison Ford, Justin Long and Christina Ricci helped present the spike-shaped trophies to their peers.

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  • Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, Harrison Ford, Justin Long and Christina Ricci helped present the spike-shaped trophies.

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  • Violet, "with their mottled green, spike-shaped leaves.

    Mary at the Farm and Book of Recipes Compiled during Her Visit among the "Pennsylvania Germans"

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