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She was more polished than the 2016 race, as I observed watching her campaign on the ground.
One of the more polished sleep-tracking apps we’ve come across, Pillow can work with an Apple Watch or just an iPhone placed on the bed.
This means you can’t just add anything you like to the app to listen, but it offers a polished and intuitive experience.
There are a handful of headphones currently positioned for the sleep market, but Bose’s look to be the most polished package at the moment.
Durant and Irving took turns dominating the action with their polished and deep offensive repertoires, not skipping a beat after their long layoffs.
In short, they were unlucky to have been bred in an unpolished age, and more unlucky to live to a refined one.
Cuban women excel in charm of mannerism and in their eyes Miss Roosevelt appears unpolished and uncut.
Any sort of oil, or polish, or even water is apt to darken or spot unpolished wood.
"The guests must not see one speck of dust nor one unpolished door-handle," Mor Inga said.
KATHARINE FRENSHAMBEATRICE HARRADEN
Agrestic, a-gres′tik, adj. pertaining to the fields: rural: unpolished.

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