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They whirled in centrifuges, squeezed into compression chambers, and tested the limits of endurance in zero gravity.
The vibrant color of these lavender margaritas come from blueberries and raspberries whirled to an icy slush.
Inside this tank, they placed a small ring that whirled more rapidly than the cylinder.
The paper boat danced up and down, and now and then whirled round and round.
Give thyself time to learn something new and good, and cease to be whirled around.
In a minute he was swept into the second series of rapids, and whirled away from the rolling boat, losing his rifle.
Above me, in the intense blue of the summer sky, some faint brown shreds of cloud whirled into nothingness.
If the bulb is whirled around to hasten evaporation, it is called a sling psychrometer.
The bay presented a weird sight as it seethed, boiled, and whirled.
The psychrometer is whirled by hand to provide the necessary ventilation to evaporate water from the wet bulb.
The beast whirled and roared as it struggled to free itself from the falcon's grip.
The two thermometers are then whirled on a sling in the area being investigated.
The ancient stanzas eddied and whirled across the vast theater, echoing high in the still air.
Stirred up by a cunning and malicious wind, it whirled through the open tents both night and day.

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