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She encourages Rachel to indulge and the two develop an unexpected bond, which author Melissa Broder explores in this thrilling examination of hunger, desire, faith, family and love.
After Frankie realizes something is going on between her daughter and a teacher, she intervenes in a thrilling and unexpected way.
Getting out on the slopes is a thrilling experience, whether it’s your first time on the bunny hill or whether you are a seasoned park rat.
Here’s a thrilling Chianti Classico, a vivid reminder not to take Tuscany for granted.
The result is a thrilling tale eerily familiar but utterly transformed.
While all this research represents thrilling progress, we invest far too little in research that could help us go further in understanding and treating aging.
Especially a marathon which, from a pure racing standpoint, was thrilling until the end, with almost ten men still in contention for the win with four miles to go.
Less sexy and thrilling—though still important—are the little gadgets that can make the vehicle even more practical.
The history of computer chips is a thrilling tale of extreme miniaturization.
Murray, Kliff Kingsbury and Hopkins have turned the Cardinals into one of the most thrilling, fascinating teams in the NFL.

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