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The long winters and deep snows have trimmed the candle spruces into the slenderest of columns.
Thriller was ultimately trimmed and repressed before release.
The industry has since trimmed turbines down to three blades.
The trimmed marigold tastes much milder than the flower smells, of a lush tropical garden, herbaceous and pleasantly bitter.
Her skirt was of voluminous white, puffed and trimmed in wondrous sort.
You've trimmed some of this spending, you've embraced some meaningful change.
Customers sat in old chrome seats with their heads tilted back, while barbers in white smocks trimmed their hair.
You've trimmed some of this spending, you've embraced some meaningful change.
To prevent them from cannibalizing one another, their beaks are trimmed with a hot blade.
She had removed his fangs and kept his claws trimmed, too.
Defence spending can indeed be trimmed-but less quickly and deeply than that of many other departments.
Orders are an important indicator, but between signature and delivery many are cancelled, trimmed or postponed.
Unprofitable routes and frequencies have been trimmed and staff have begun to be laid off.
Retail trade employment growth also tumbled, as nervous consumers trimmed spending.
Her nails were perfect little half-ellipses, the cuticles neatly trimmed.
Pencil style mustaches can be trimmed in different manners.
The company also cut working hours, trimmed wages and eliminated its own contributions to employee retirement accounts.
The tallest poppies will be trimmed, and some of their income will find its way to someone's else pocket.
Her fur-trimmed boots in shades of gray were a delight, paired with tunics, dresses and cool sheer chiffon leggings.
Be sure trees and shrubs around your home are well trimmed.

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