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From the first line, this classic number by George Duke will capture you and your friend’s hearts with an inescapable groove.
Thick rubber soles with deep grooves are generally a good sign, and no, we’re not talking about your Doc Martens.
I hear how the rhythm moves and how the motion goes, and how it dances, and what the groove feels like and the touch of it, before anything else happens.
It’s a truly weird camera that takes some getting used to, but once you find the groove, it creates some beautiful images with excellent dimensionality thanks to the large sensor.
These grooves will hold the four panels used in a traditional frame-and-panel entry door.
The glittering steel glided through the groove, and the head of Madame Roland was severed from her body.
Unfortunately a slanting groove has been cut through the upper mouldings of it.
White lime putty is next filled into the groove, being pressed on with a jointing tool, leaving a white joint ⅛ to in.
I didn't know that you were a student of sociology—could estimate capabilities and get everyone in their right groove.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
The groove was everywhere about twenty feet high, while its breadth varied from a yard or so to nearly a rod.
OVERLANDJOHN WILLIAM DE FOREST

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