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Both are real questions high-schoolers face at this point in their lives, but that doesn’t amount to engaging conflict here thanks to a dull screenplay.
Finally, Winceworth finds his labor to be so dull that he creates fake words and sneaks them into Swansby’s Dictionary.
A dull village life might have prompted our ancestors to explore what might be across that river, or perhaps to try a new berry they found in the woods.
Place the shiny side next to your body, as the dull silver side reflects only 65 percent of radiated heat.
THE LIFE-SAVING SPACE BLANKET HAS HUMBLE ORIGINSBY KEITH MCCAFFERTY/FIELD & STREAMJANUARY 21, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Long gone are the days of dead batteries, dull blades, and desperate trips to the barber.
Any roboticist will happily hammer into you the concept of the three Ds — the dull, dirty and dangerous jobs where the technology is most likely to be deployed.
The policemen looked dull and heavy, as if never again would any one be criminal, and as if they had come to know it.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Drone: the largest tube of a bag-pipe, giving forth a dull heavy tone.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELSJONATHAN SWIFT
It'll be beastly dull for her at The Warren, you see, poor girl; and she doesn't seem to jump at Spunyarn, though he does hang on.
They are grayish or colorless, and have a dull waxy look, as if cut from paraffin (Figs. 43 and 61).

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