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  • He's the reason to see "Blackthorn," commanding the screen as a wrung-out Butch Cassidy contemplating his twilight years while hiding out in Bolivia.

    Star-Crossed Sushi

  • Putting up with it was like fresh-squeezed orange juice — easy at first, then sour, but just as likely as the yogurt to drown you, and the kind of thing that left only a wrung-out skin behind. on 29 Jul 2009 at 4: 27 pm Jamie

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » On your mark, get set…CONTEST!

  • One hand on her hip, a damp, wrung-out rag smelling of sandalwood, patchouli, and gardenia petals in her other hand, Belladonna regarded Dallas Brûler.

    Black Dust Mambo

  • Walking into the bathroom, I expect to be greeted by a wrung-out, haggard version of myself, a dry and witchy hag, and am surprised to see that I look… okay.

    imperfect endings

  • The whole band was wrung-out, burned-up, dead tired, jet-lagged, sick of Fleetwood Mac, and about to go on our own ways into solo albums.

    ɘloЯ

  • I used a damp, wrung-out microfiber cloth to wash the windows and a dry cloth to shine them --no cleaning solutions at all.

    A cleaning phenom...

  • Walking into the bathroom, I expect to be greeted by a wrung-out, haggard version of myself, a dry and witchy hag, and am surprised to see that I look… okay.

    imperfect endings

  • I used a damp, wrung-out microfiber cloth to wash the windows and a dry cloth to shine them --no cleaning solutions at all.

    Archive 2010-05-01

  • Once, twice, his wrung-out body seemed to constrict from the inside out like a dry, twisted rag around the tree.

    THE PROMISED WAR

  • In the wrung-out shoulder wash, she just sat down on her board.

    Kook

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