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This is silence in the face of presidential attacks on the constitutional order — a silence that rings out across the prairies and down the hollows as approval and permission.
Some air also moves into the gadget’s hollow walls, eliminating cold spots.
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And, because the supports are hollow, wiring for accessories like solar panels can live inside where they’re protected from the elements.
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Despite the relatively hollow structure, the Supersport-35 still weighs about the same as a typical blade putter.
The hollow hairs are made of silica, the same substance in glass.
JUST Capital’s recent poll indicated that 61% of Americans believe that companies’ commitments to advance racial equity ring hollow without any measures to hold themselves accountable.
There were no tears in his eyes, but a feeling of hollowness about his heart, and a great pain.
They gave off a muffled clink of hollowness when he tapped them.
THE DEVIL'S ASTEROIDMANLY WADE WELLMAN
Then she rapped the floor and walls, and could discover no indications of hollowness.
SCOTTISH GHOST STORIESELLIOTT O'DONNELL
Had his best days of happiness been, then, nothing but hollowness and self-deception?
THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE

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