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Moviegoers were so familiar with the position of the town that it was a throwaway line in the 1940 film The Philadelphia Story.
Milwaukee’s counter was to go all-in by accumulating its minor assets — throwaway contracts, bench players and future draft picks — to land Jrue Holiday and Bogdan Bogdanovic.
It’s just a throwaway detail, sure, but anyone who shares this tic is definitely my kind of person.
The latest message was from a throwaway email address from one of the new Brazilian anonymizers.
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The mainland lay not more than a short stone's throwaway, but between it and the island the water ran as swift as a mill race.
THE GAUNT GRAY WOLFDILLON WALLACE
But in the straight on the run home when all were in close order the dark horse Throwaway drew level, reached, outstripped her.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
And instead of throwaway dishes they used chinaware that could have come right out of a museum.
THE HOUSE FROM NOWHEREARTHUR G. STANGLAND
He had a few bob on Throwaway and he's gone to gather in the shekels.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
I've known people throwaway their money because they were too consequential to take Sellers' advice.
THE GILDED AGE, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN AND CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
Forth reached into a drawer for a flat bottle; poured tea-colored liquid into a throwaway cup.
THE PLANET SAVERSMARION ZIMMER BRADLEY

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