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Fans generally believe that the ideal oat porridge should be thick enough to offer some resistance, but smooth enough to go down easily.
We’re moving away from the convention period of the race and into the thick of the election.
Then we woke up with its thick, hot smoke upon us and realized it was smothering our lives.
The wheels are 200 millimeters thick, and can maintain great speed and a smooth ride over almost any city street or sidewalk.
A slimmer knife will be more comfortable to carry than a thicker one.
You have to have rhino-thick skin, but it’s definitely worth it in the end.
This map of the early universe shows almost imperceptibly thick and thin spots rippling through the cosmos.
Most are covered by ice that’s 12 to 20 feet thick, but we’ve drilled down more than 40 feet into some lakes and never hit liquid water.
Essentially CNTs are rolled-up sheets of the one-atom-thick wonder material graphene.
We stumbled along, close up, for the thick-piled clouds still hung their light-obscuring banners over the sky.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR

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