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They think they’re going to win eventually, and they just need to slowly drive a wedge in there.
Rather, deep rock pushing toward Earth’s surface may be driving a wedge between the plates that helps separate them, researchers report online January 27 in Nature.
Like the wedge of cheese it is, Firefly Lane goes down easy with a glass of wine.
Anti-snore pillows often come in the shape of a wedge, but you can also find smaller pillows to use as a level or an insert along with your current pillow.
Almost anyone with an agenda and some know-how can shove a wedge of doubt between citizens and consequential facts, whether they be election results, climate science or ways to avoid life-threatening illness.
Despite the clouds, we are in the warm-air wedge and highs top out in the upper 50s to lower 60s.
The individual prisms are usually slender, with one beveled, wedge-like end, but are sometimes needle-like.
I dont think much of this jam pie, complained Chet, holding up a wedge that he had taken from his sisters basket.
It should be fixed in the head by means of a thin, barbed iron wedge.
With the wedge Rose pried a floor-board out of its place, and made an opening large enough to let himself through.

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