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noun as in sample

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You should also note its clearing dimensions, which describe the swatch of snow you can remove in a single pass.

Meanwhile, significant swatches of the US have very little reliable alternatives, like access to public transit.

However, the shift in upfront ad dollars from linear to streaming opens up that money to a wider swatch of ad sellers, including connected TV platform owners Amazon and Roku and major streaming services like YouTube.

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The impacts of the extra plastic have yet to be measured, but environmentalists are already seeing the telltale blue swatches wash up on beaches everywhere.

Many have said this favors candidates who can raise enough money to reach a much larger swatch of voters across the city.

To wipe them and swap in a white swatch, add “AdBlock,” which removes ads from all the websites you frequent.

The swatch itself comes to the Met from the Vatican, where it seems to have landed 1,200 or more years ago.

Then he took a swatch of black velveteen from his pocket and arranged it over the sample-table with the two gems in its folds.

When all is ready, the bath is heated up, the swatch entered, and the work of the test entered upon.

For at the last moment she slipped to the wings, dropping the last swatch of lace to slide down one long, white, out-thrust leg.

Another swatch too exists, opposite the East Goodwin buoy, being that in which we struck the dangerous bottom.

It appeared to Archie that to swatch with the barrel man must be a highly diverting occupation.


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