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I tend to use this method when working with far-too-thin gravies and rich, hearty stews where I’ve probably already used some flour earlier in the cooking process but want to thicken it further.
Typically, you’ll find that saving some money means less material, which equals a thinner vest.
On a rainy street I found a suit, hat and tie, all perfectly placed and slumped on a bench, as if their wearer disappeared into thin air.
The IRS staff is stretched thin, meaning there could be delays as the agency juggles both tax filings and stimulus payments.
To combat this, most touch screen gloves are designed thinner.
This increased evaporation thins the original cloud, allowing more heat through than if the pollutants never arrived.
Pulling carbon straight out of thin air is likely to be even trickier.
Since it’s thinner than traditional spring suits, it easily conformed to my body shape, allowing a snug fit while still offering plenty of flexibility.
Soon, he spotted lots of thin plastic bags from grocery stores.
Chilling video of the MAGA attack on the Capitol shows an outnumbered and overmatched thin blue line bending and breaking before the seething, violent crowd.

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