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Although we purchased stuffed toy dogs for the development phase, at some point one has to test everything with a real dog.
The image of a super-stuffed sandwich is cartoonish, maybe, but desirable.
To treat a meatless palate, go with an easy-to-make stuffed squash.
Obviously, a person’s speech patterns can change for a variety of reasons, whether it’s their mood or a simple stuffed nose.
The young man smiled at the girl, as he crushed up the notes and stuffed them into his pocket.
Thinking it was a request for employment which he could not offer, Malcolm stuffed it carelessly into a pocket.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
I would rather have Sue Greysons skin stuffed with straw than to have you around the house.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
There is no specimen at present in the Museum, the one stuffed by Miss Cumber having, as above mentioned, disappeared.
They are not stuffed, but are rounded at the top, and are about eight inches high, and from one to three feet long.
He stuffed them all into the pocket of his overcoat, and went out and hunted up a long-distance telephone sign.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER

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