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You can pick up the dachshund, stash them in your tote bag, and then, they’re not aggressive anymore.
On the brick sidewalk at the corner of Winter and Tremont Streets across from Boston Common, Luscomb regularly stood and sold copies of the suffragist newspaper Woman’s Journal from her tote bag under a hawker’s license.
Add in stress, fear of gun-toting spouses and excess amounts of alcohol and we really don’t know much about the objective size of a penis.
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They’re flat woven with Turkish cotton, which means they’re super lightweight, extremely portable—great for throwing into a tote bag or backpack—and quick to dry, which is a huge bonus for avoiding mildew.
Craft a custom tote bag You can use a coffee sack as the base for any fabric-project you like, but a tote bag might be the simplest.
To that end, Miyako and his colleague Xi Yang, an environmental scientist also at JAIST, devised a pollen-containing solution that a drone toting a bubble gun could blow onto crops.
One time a hoss dey stole an' rode ter a dance fell dead an' dey tried ter tote him home.
He aint got no bag fer ter tote, en he pick up he foots mighty peart.
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
We had to tote all that stuff they give out back when they was gone.
"Moze, I'll tote the grub an' you lead out of hyar, till we git past the wust timber," he said.

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