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  • Suppose you stuck your head into my office and said, ‘Mr. Lavoie, all the kids are playing catch and I don’t have a baseball glove.

    It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend

  • From some points on the ranch, you can watch boats cruising across the Santa Barbara Channel, then turn your head and see the Santa Ynez Valley unfold like a huge wilderness amphitheater before your eyes.

    An American Life

  • Periodically re-file these weapons by creating or reemphasizing associations in your head whenever you recall them.

    Life Is a Series of Presentations

  • Loosen up before your head implodes and that would be a shame, because you are so pretty.

    The Lo-Down

  • You tumble forward, gaaaah, and you end up all discombobulated at the beginning of the next line, with a banana peel on your head and some coffee grounds in your shirt pocket.

    THE ANTHOLOGIST

  • There were little high-heeled boots and feather-trimmed bonnets, gold watches with chains and hair bracelets with gold clasps and wax flowers under glass globes; you could even have your tintype taken if you did not mind having to sit still with your head in a vise for so Jong.

    Caddie Woodlawn’s Family

  • “Though if you chance to come upon the Heartwood Tree and one of the branches just happens to break off and fall on your head . . .”

    Belle

  • If your Shanghai Office did not represent your head office and prices confirmed or decisions made by your Shanghai Office could be negated by your American Head Office, it would be very difficult for us to accomplish things.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Clasp your hands behind your head and extend your elbows backward so that they are aligned with your shoulders.

    The Flex Diet

  • So you will keep a civil tongue in your head when you address a seaman who has run a blockade from Nouveau Orléans to here.

    City of Glory

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