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Chapter one, you deal with your mother, and in the second episode, your father, and you don't pull any punches.
Back on Earth, scientists scoured mud ponds and fished out a teeny-tiny CRISPR enzyme that packs a massive punch for genome editing.
If paying someone to clean your house means cutting your grocery budget for the week in half, those hours of reclaimed free time won’t pack the same punch as they might if they were funded by spare change.
It’s mid-December, and usually by this time of year, I would have made at least five batches of celebratory punch for the holidays.
One of my favorite things about making a fancy party punch is garnishing the bowl, scattering the surface with citrus wheels and spices and herbs so that it’s a visual treat as well.
In our research, we identified that holiday punch, particularly with vodka, would be a drink that people would be looking for.
The young puncher had been reluctant to come, and he was equally reluctant to go.
THE RANGE BOSSCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER
Reckon you remember thet cow-puncher who came up with Roy an' Auchincloss after the girls—last fall?
Five thousand for a fully qualified professore, and twelve thousand for a ticket puncher.
SEA AND SARDINIAD. H. LAWRENCE
But the young puncher sneered a malignant denial and rode away to his camp.
THE RANGE BOSSCHARLES ALDEN SELTZER

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