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  • They're able to do so amid the economic downtown by cutting back in other areas: delaying construction, limiting travel, even whit tling the number of applicants flown in for campus interviews.

    Some IHEs Think Now Is The Time To Load Up On Faculty Talent

  • He listened for sounds of life and heard pans rat - tling somewhere at the rear of the house.

    Stalling

  • Malko and I shared that evening a good meal, a bottle of tling, and a bed.

    Objective: Bajor

  • Georgia's laughter shook the small table, rat\-\expndtw0 tling the glasses.

    Never Come Down

  • They passed out of the grasses and through the trees, the gloom set - tling down about them in layers.

    The Elf Queen of Shannara

  • "I'm stuffed," Flint replied, holding up both hands and set - tling back on the soft cushion of moss.

    Flint the King

  • Set - tling himself on the centaur's lifelike, chocolate-brown - haired back, the straw-haired young man waited for the ride to fill up with dwarves so that it could begin.

    Kendermore

  • Caramon muttered dully, his face set - tling into its resigned, vacant look.

    Time of the Twins

  • "Well 'tis not calm now, mate," snapped Mudge, wres - tling with the heavy, wet sail.

    The Day of the Dissonance

  • Luck did play an im - portant part in backgammon, just as muscle did in wres - tling; it had to be taken into account.

    Juxtaposition

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