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Fairfax and Loudoun County public schools seized on the shrunken distance to expand the number of days of in-person learning they are offering to students this semester — going from two days a week to four days a week of face-to-face instruction.
Houses disappeared, only for a portion of the building to reappear closer to the road, shrunken or engorged.
In a year where the shrunken salary cap has made much of the NFC exactly that, it’s a very good place for Washington to find itself.
Even in this shrunken pandemic form, the stage is about more than football, and it brings us back together, in spirit at least.
What matters from here is getting earnings, and that shrunken market cap growing fast.
You would see it small, shrunken, dropped together, just like the body of a materialising medium at a seance.
He stopped and supported his shrunken frame wearily on his crutches, and leaned against a neighboring wall.
THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
The only trace of hair upon his countenance grew on the shrunken upper lip—mere wisps of white down.
DOPESAX ROHMER
Sirdeller himself, in the clear light which streamed through the large window, seemed more aged and shrunken than ever.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
The young king, pale and shrunken, lay as if buried in his sheets, his pinched little face scarcely showing on the pillow.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC

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