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Radford is the only player averaging more than 30 minutes, with Young substituting liberally to keep the lineup on the court as fresh as possible down the stretch.
I couldn’t drain them, despite using fans and lights liberally and running the fridge from the moment I picked up the trailer until I got home.
Rebuilding is a word that has been used liberally the past several months.
Next day he spread the buck's hide out on the ground and drenched it liberally with the product of deer-brains.
THE BLAZED TRAILSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
This appeal was liberally and promptly responded to by the residents of Bristol and Clifton.
They held frequent talks with them and supplied them liberally with goods and munitions of war.
They, in various attitudes, took greedily of the venison pottage, and liberally washed it down with ale.
THE BLACK ARROWROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Morris Perlmutter's front parlor represented an eclectic taste, and the fine arts had been liberally patronized in its decoration.
He called the waiter, tipped him liberally and asked information about the man sitting at the corner table.
DUST OF NEW YORKKONRAD BERCOVICI
It was his job to feed us, and we tipped him liberally to get us the best there was.
ADVENTURES IN SWAZILANDOWEN ROWE O'NEIL

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