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Flying saucers hover here and there, red spirals echo the poster for Alfred Hitchcock’s movie “Vertigo,” and the general trippiness is a flashback to acid-rock light shows.
In restaurants, the consequences of the death spiral of pandemic mismanagement are glaringly obvious, and speak to a larger breakdown in public life.
The whales with spiraled tusks jutting from their heads have been known to live in small groups that, at times, come together to form large pods.
Life’s stresses cloud my thinking and I spiral into a downward circle of frustration, fear and doubt.
In 2007, we were watching someone spiral away from the constraint of her managers and image-handlers and ultimately even out of her own control.
It would be impossible to detect such motion if the spirals were actually way far away.
Before Europe’s coronavirus resurgence, South America’s outbreaks had begun to spiral out of control, and the hardest-hit has been Brazil.
Then crunch the data to see whether your metabolism is settling into a sustainable pattern, or whether it’s spiraling out of control toward a fiery explosion.
The group advocated a schedule of fees, adjusted for geographical location, to standardize and contain the spiraling cost of medical services.
They come spiraled, mace-tipped, needle-barbed and multiheaded.

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