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If you want an overview of just the numbers, Natasha and I wrote a digest here.
WHAT IS ROBLOX WORTH?ALEX WILHELMNOVEMBER 20, 2020TECHCRUNCH
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Compared with tough chunks of tissue torn from adult starfish, very little genetic material from these easier-to-digest tidbits would probably make it through a fish’s gut.
We are trying to digest the riffraff of the world, and can't do it, in spite of such incorrigible optimists as Judge Leslie.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
Unlike those feathered Romans of the Decadence, we moderns settle for one meal at a sitting, and let it digest in peace.
No doubt, it is possible to thoroughly digest all the requisite material, and then present it in a perfect, beautiful form.
Of deeper interest was the act appointing a committee to make a digest of the laws, that they may be putt in print.
A SHORT HISTORY OF RHODE ISLANDGEORGE WASHINGTON GREENE
He paused to digest this impossibility, then chattered briskly on.
RAMSEY MILHOLLANDBOOTH TARKINGTON
At the evening meal the appetite is again whetted: and a good appetite always means good gastric juice to digest the369 meal.
THE MOTHER AND HER CHILDWILLIAM S. SADLER

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