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The published examples of his plagiarism were the tip of the iceberg, there was lots more coming to light.
Surely this is the tip of an iceberg we're still seeking data to accurately define.
Dioceses are literally going bankrupt to pay for their crimes, and we're unfortunately only seeing the tip of the iceberg.
Something small and white was floating on the dark-blue water-an iceberg.
And so on and so on, till the excitement all cooled down and nobody cared whether the ship struck the iceberg or not.
We, as a planet, find ourselves heading toward an iceberg ecologically.
But have no fear if you're dreading a meal of bland and boring iceberg lettuce and veggies.
Out came the salad-crabmeat mixed into chopped iceberg lettuce, harsh white vinegar, and powerfully pickled vegetables.
Wright's iceberg lettuce salad is crisp and sparkly.
Yet this is the top, the shiny part of the iceberg that rises above sea level.
The spending on military operations is merely the tip of a vast fiscal iceberg.
They climbed to the top of an iceberg and settled down for tea.
He looks out over the inlet toward a blue and white iceberg.
Discuss the difficulties that penguins might face now that the iceberg has moved into place against the land.
Brown, who was an experienced diver, was researching the impact of iceberg scouring on marine life at the time of the incident.
Changes to user settings are literally the tip of the iceberg.
Moreover, surveillance cameras are the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
The geeks in full rig are only the tip of the proverbial iceberg.
But that is only the tip of the proverbial and ugly iceberg.
Beyond the iceberg maze loomed the nose of a glacier that, contrary to a warming climate, is advancing into the sea.
The small visible part of this iceberg is our consciousness.
Accents are only the tip of the iceberg in the subtly nuanced difference there are in culture.
That's the tip-of-the-iceberg, or mountain in this case.
The iceberg that they use to climb on in between swim are getting fewer and farther.
Each iceberg is now a subpopulation and those snail present may mate with each other.
The murders are only the tip of an iceberg of intimidation.
And suicide is only the tip of an iceberg of work-related unhappiness.
And the patients who reach the hospital form only the tip of the iceberg.
No instead they waiting on a slow ship that has no business being out there in the first place and took cover behind an iceberg.
The solar system simulator is fun, but it's only the tip of the iceberg.
The latest revelations, tragic as they are, merely represent the tip of the iceberg.
The top of the carrier really is the tip of the iceberg, but in a good way for ships.
Each of these pre-particles is bigger than the visible iceberg, and some can be infinitely bigger.
And this is only the tip of the iceberg in the human alone.
One line leads to fish nuggets, iceberg lettuce and canned peaches.
That's the tip of the water department customer service iceberg.
The current level of violence is only the tip of the iceberg.

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