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Spruce up your coffee table by investing in some beautiful books for you and your guests to peruse.
She called him a “pillar of the family,” who before the pandemic enjoyed perusing pictures of farm animals and nature, a nod to his past.
Use your LinkedIn networks to peruse profiles for people in your industry who could lend some advice on how to grow your business.
However, within the context of these three verticals, the new activity card features may lead users to move on from pages they’ve visited to comparing products, looking at new job listings or perusing related recipes.
Who wants to peruse fictitious adventures, when railroads and steamboats woo him to adventures of his own?
It is necessary to read the word of God, but sinful to peruse it thoughtlessly, or in an irreverent frame of mind.
I have spooke to Sr Miles Cooke, who promises to lett me have your settlement to peruse, and to end matters fairly.
No one will peruse a page without laying down the book a better and a wiser man.
Nigel became more interested in the volume at the second than at the first attempt which he made to peruse it.
THE FORTUNES OF NIGELSIR WALTER SCOTT

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