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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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A design that matches the gaming equipment is always a nice bonus.
We don’t recommend relying on magic scrapers in areas where thick ice and heavy snow are a regular occurrence, but it’s nice to have them around for lighter snowstorms.
It took everything I saved up and sacrificed, but now we got a nice little place going on.
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The spicy version, with a nice complex burn in the seasoning, is even better.
This particular tool is inexpensive, available in two sizes, and has a nice ergonomic handle.
Avocado is nice here, in place of or in addition to the bacon.
To give it a restaurant feel, she set her table with fancy plates, a nice glass for her wine and a candle.
“The lights were a little nerve-racking,” she says, but “it was nice to vaccinate my friends.”
Highs closer to 50 the next two days won’t be quite as exciting but, with lots of sun, still pretty nice for late winter.
If they didn’t, that’s a nice easy exit off-ramp to the discussion.

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