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Wald may not have sat on this particular pink throne, but she’s had enough experience with newfangled toilet technology to earn the nickname “Queen of Loo-topia” among her peers.
For Bainbridge, the book represents a “celebration” of the newfangled innovation and creativity behind those recipes.
In early February, long before the world realized we’d be in the midst of a pandemic, scientists had already nailed down the sequence and shape of the protein that eventually spurred the development of our newfangled mRNA vaccines.
Amazon, a master of newfangled commerce, entered the very old-fashioned business of groceries with its purchase of the upscale supermarket chain.
The newfangled hardware and the data it generates are the beginning of the innovation process, not the end result.
With the coming in of hymn books and other newfangled things the good old custom of "lining the hymn" has disappeared.
DUFFELSEDWARD EGGLESTON
I couldn't learn the tricks of one of these newfangled rifles.
STRANGE STORIES OF THE GREAT VALLEYABBIE JOHNSTON GROSVENOR
She has no newfangled notions about the animal character of motherhood, nor about the degrading character of housekeeping.
Newfangled notions were held in but low estimation among the miners of Stokebridge.
FACING DEATHG. A. HENTY
But the miners were bitterly opposed to anything "newfangled," and the owners were careless.
THAT LASS O' LOWRIE'SFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT

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