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Ah, the bull terrier — a breed Teichner describes as “funny looking” in appearance, with “egg-shaped heads, slitty eyes and pointy ears,” and in temperament “opinionated, exuberant, stubborn, extremely silly, and loving.”
Ground meat feels gristly, herbs have pointy stems, and entirely too many types of ice cream come with bits.
SIX MONTHS OF SOFT FOOD SET ME FREEMEGHAN MCCARRONFEBRUARY 2, 2021EATER
Sound-isolating shellThe Monoprice Microphone Isolation shield is lined with pointy foam insulation that doesn’t reflect sound waves back as you talk.
Tall and heavy with a long, pointy beard and a penchant for Coke by the liter.
CRIME, CORONA, COPPER AND TROUBLE IN ZAMBIAEUGENE ROBINSONOCTOBER 30, 2020OZY
They tested these products with mechanisms meant to simulate bears’ teeth and claws, attempting to exert similar force by dropping a weighted penetrometer mechanism—what Gravatt describes as a “pointy metal object”—onto them to mimic bites.
They're pointy trees--junipers, I think and there are a lot of rocks in the fields, and wild-flowers.
THE HAPPY VENTUREEDITH BALLINGER PRICE

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