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Since then, 17th Street has seen somewhat of a renaissance, with new and inventive restaurants moving in, everything from Astoria, to Duke’s, to Mikko.
THE BOLDNESS OF RANDY DOWNSBROCK THOMPSONOCTOBER 15, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
The Shack is the mountain town refuge of Ian Boden, a former Manhattan-based chef and two-time James Beard nominee who creates inventive but hearty meals that rely on the farms scattered through the Shenandoah Valley.
Tesla says that Milton knew about the Road Runner concept truck at the time he applied for the design patents Nikola later used to sue Tesla and that Mudri's design "constituted a significant inventive contribution" to the designs Nikola patented.
Any coach can come in and offer to install an offense that’s more inventive and cuts back on the number of pick and rolls and isolations.
“The city has been inventive in its use of the tools that are in its toolbox to criminalize the most vulnerable members of our society,” he said.
His fiery enthusiasm swept aside all difficulties; his inventive genius ever showed him the way to surmount all obstacles.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
He had a remarkably inventive genius, which he turned to good account in the mechanical portions of his organs.
Now, youve been skating with Mother Wit and have caught her inventive geniusits contagious.
His inventive faculties and his plausible eloquence were no more; and he seemed to have sunk into second childhood.
He had been a bachelor with an inventive turn of mind and only one lung when he met the Widow Chisholme at the Springs.
THOSE DALE GIRLSFRANK WESTON CARRUTH

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