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The beauty of the thinly sliced ham is that you can finely chop it much more quickly than you can whole ham, so I recommend starting with that.
The finely-tuned Netflix drama about the co-writer of Citizen Kane is about the power of movies.
I like them finely chopped as an aromatic seasoning ingredient, in both salads and cooked dishes.
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Combining finely-tuned haptic feedback moments with 3-D audio makes the PS5 feel like a truly next-generation experience.
By July 3, 2019, the hospital had begun dropping lawsuits it’d filed against defendants and the finely tuned debt collection machine ground to a halt.
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Instead, for a safe, steady energy output, the pigments of the photosystem had to be very finely tuned in a certain way.
Physicists suspect that there’s an ultimate limit to how finely seconds can be divided.
Beneath its far-flung branches a syce was sitting in front of a finely-proportioned and unusually big Arab horse.
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The finely granular variety is the least significant, and is found when the epithelium is only moderately affected.
The baby's white robe, finely wrought in open-work, was also done, and freshly washed and ironed.
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