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The 20-mile ride is to the cyclist what the “tight five” is to the comedian, or the sandwich is to lunch.
For foodies, there's a cornucopia of edibles you come upon, each with a tight, two-sentence description.
On or off the stalk, look for sprouts that are compact, with tight leaves.
Kyler Murray appears to be playing with an injured shoulder but had a 25-yard completion to tight end Maxx Williams to set up the touchdown.
“But it’s not my plane of choice,” he added, pointing not to its crashes, but to its often tight cabin configurations.
Looking back at the 2006, 2007 and 2008 classes shows us the quarterbacks, wide outs and tight ends that stood out as rookies got even better over the next few years.
The duo found a tight correlation between number of planets and orbit shape.
You need at least one part of the founding team to be good at selling, and one part to be good at building, and later in life of the company, you need someone who is good at tight operations.
From Maryland to Iowa, local officials have pleaded for tighter restrictions that might help slow the virus’s accelerating spread.
Texas Jack’s brisket, usually its main attraction, was uncharacteristically tight on my recent order, as if the moisture had been leached from the slices.

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