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Once you see those telltale green sprouts, you know the seeds will pack a nutrient punch.
While examining the shells, now at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, paleontologists Adiël Klompmaker of the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and AMNH’s Neil Landman spotted telltale oval-shaped holes.
However, there are telltale signs that doctors can look for, such as elevated liver enzymes.
That telltale glow lasts about a half-hour, which should give doctors plenty of time to read the findings.
Brown and his team looked for this and several other telltale signs.
Had he been looking at her he would have seen the telltale color tide her cheeks.
THE HIGHGRADERWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Dale's eager tone, his flashing eyes, had made her feel that her secret was there in her telltale face.
However, in a few minutes he heard telltale whistles ahead, and he signaled half speed.
It was all that I could do to fight back the telltale moodiness I felt rising in my face, for I knew her eyes were on me.
One might guess, from telltale eyes and mouth, that his calmness did not go very deep.
THE HAPPY FAMILYBERTHA MUZZY BOWER

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