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Our last game we were coming off Lewis & Clark, and that was a tough game.
This is a way for animals to break down tough plant material like grass.
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He spent the entire ride explaining how he was tough on the gloves while he skied but rewaterproofed them as often as once a week during the season.
If not, gathering about 14,000 signatures in 120 days will be very tough.
I learned some very tough lessons during some very tough times.
The Chiefs weren’t as tough as they looked, he texted Leonard Fournette.
For all the moms out there who had a tough recovery from pregnancy—here you go.
“Andy’s not afraid to make tough decisions,” the person said.
They were the tougher team tonight, and that’s been a category that typically favors the Hokies.
It’s a tough time to be a Deal student, a Deal parent or a Deal teacher.

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