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  • The late snows had drifted over, but underneath, it was well-packed by travel.

    THE MAN ON THE OTHER BANK

  • Shaping the rice into well-packed pyramids takes some practice, but once you master it, it's an easy way to transform rice, water and soy sauce into more than the sum of its parts.

    Grills Gone Wild

  • His abdomen appears oiled and shiny in the dark, gritty, color-drained photo, stacked into sections like squares on a well-packed Tetris board, and the smoldering look in his eyes shoots straight through me like some kind of primal heat.

    Cougar

  • I also recommend a well-packed reticule most efficacious.

    The Rise of the Parasol Protectorate: Gail Carriger's Soulless

  • Some people sat on the floor, squished together like well-packed sardines.

    and home again

  • Then again, the damage already has been done, with America's near-future conflicts and occupations determined, the Treasury fully looted, the legal and regulatory architecture in ruins, the High Court well-packed, the climate thoroughly screwed, and the nation rendered a staggering global pariah.

    Randall Amster: Move Bush, Get Out the Way!

  • NEAL CONAN: It is the duty of every parent to nurture their children, put a roof over their heads, food on the table, send them to school with a well-packed lunch.

    Ask Amy: Economic Stimulus From Mom And Dad

  • I also recommend a well-packed reticule most efficacious.

    Shelfari:

  • I guess it must be well-packed sand, but, still....

    Hawaii Aventures 09: Day 1 - flying to Honolulu and Waikiki

  • Some people sat on the floor, squished together like well-packed sardines.

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