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It's normal to have that dusting of stuff on the sticky boards.
Companies that shelved plans during the recession are dusting them off and looking for help.
Yet the election buzz continued, with parties dusting down campaign slogans and plans.
Even better, some of these spots feature paleontologists digging and dusting in the hunt for new specimens.
Now research shows that immigrants do much of the dusting in big cities.
Simple dusting and aging reduces the efficiency quite a bit.
Add generous dusting of nori powder, and sea salt to taste.
Garnish with a sprig of mint and top with the lemon peel and a dusting of sugar.
Even a light dusting of snow creates resistance, and your vehicle must work harder to drive over it.
We boarded a motorboat and glided across the inky river under a dusting of stars.
The forest was getting a small, but significant dusting of snow.
We're in the woods, among leafless trees coated with a dusting of snow.
But the new name is not without a dusting of irony this year.
Over medium heat, add an equal amount of the flour left over from dusting the meatballs.
Bad as it looked, this was a mere dusting: he'd endured worse.
Combine the two liquids and add the merest dusting of cinnamon.
All fake, all permanent, all needing only a little dusting to adapt to their new and loving environment.
Skin should look fresh and clean with a light dusting of powder to control shine.
Politicians aren't the only ones dusting off their wish lists.
The drink is topped with whipped cream and a dusting of pumpkin pie spices.
Will clean rooms including vacuuming, mopping, sweeping and dusting.

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