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Some restaurants in Brooklyn had plantains more plump than the ones at Top Taste.
They also had to take into account how far into the breeding cycle the penguins were, since earlier in the cycle the birds are plumper from recent foraging, which allows them to start huddling at relatively colder temperatures.
MATH OF THE PENGUINSSUSAN D'AGOSTINOAUGUST 17, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
When a caterpillar hatches, it munches milkweed leaves and grows plump.
It’s helping to plump their profit margins, and they say it comes down to changes in how consumers are shopping and what they’re buying.
When fully inflated, a plump, curved, inner mucus house cradles the larvacean as the animal’s swishing tail pumps seawater through the structure.
She was a plump-faced, insipid child, with fair hair and pale blue eyes, stolid and bovine in their expressionlessness.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
“I thought she wos wery plump, and vell made,” said Mr. Weller, with a critical air.
The tall oak door of the library was opened by William Weedham himself—a plump, white-haired man with black, overhanging eyebrows.
But he had not run, and she landed on the further side plump beside him where he sat huddled against the stones.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
It would not be easy to find a more ugly sight than that of their plump, heavy heads and faces in these old-fashioned bonnets.

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