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By the time it lined up opposite Kansas City again, it had become about as much of a beast as modern times will let a defense become.
Over the last century, we’ve detected cosmic beasts that defy the imagination.
A recently described fossil of the ocean-dwelling beast reveals that its bite was unlike that of any of its relatives, in the water or onshore.
Occasionally you come across a terrifying, gargoyle-like beast who can turn invisible at a moment’s notice, and I gripped the controller tight when he was hot on my trail.
Tesla and GameStop are very different beasts, but if anything I think institutions have a better grasp of GameStop’s rise.
After a 30-minute standstill, we were able to drive two miles per hour between the huge beasts, cautiously proceeding so as not to disturb them.
Stefanski called it “just the nature of the beast this season.”
The only way to enjoy the meal’s strictures and abundance, in my opinion, is to treat it like a giant, rare beast, felled but once a year to be feasted upon with absolutely nothing left to waste.
20 DAYS OF TURKEYMEGHAN MCCARRONDECEMBER 23, 2020EATER
With every episode debut on Youtube, we’ll be publishing a story about the featured beasts, plus a lot more fascinating facts about the natural world.
It’s just the nature of the beast, unfortunately, it’s become that way.

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