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He witnessed repellent people spreading images of child sexual exploitation, flooding an affiliated image board so thoroughly that it had to be shut down.
Down is certainly a good product when used properly, packs down tighter than synthetic insulation, however, despite major advancements in moisture-repellent treatments for down, it’s just not as foolproof.
DRESS LIKE AN ALASKAN TO WEATHER THE WINTER COLDBY TYLER FREEL/OUTDOOR LIFEJANUARY 20, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Questions have swirled about how such an important government building, with so many security agencies available to assist, could be overcome by a mob of people wielding bats, bear repellent, and brute force.
The insects have a hard, water-repellent outer covering called a cuticle, and can typically float on a liquid — and sure enough, the insects floated and fed without a problem.
A small strip of a water-repellent material separated the three sections, each treated with proteins to sense a different antibody.
The images and pictures on the outside of the wall were made repellent, to keep strangers aloof.
He was an exceedingly handsome man of perhaps forty years of age, and yet there was something repellent in his features.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
But Rosa had been too coy to Alfred's evident devotion—almost repellent at seasons.
AT LASTMARION HARLAND
It was trim and neat, indeed, and spotlessly clean; but it had the chill, repellent look of an uninhabited apartment.
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
They had the curious tattooing on their cheeks, noses and foreheads, so that their appearance was repellent.
ADRIFT ON THE PACIFICEDWARD S. ELLIS

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