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Even with its impressive rainy-day fund, its state budget is a wreck.
Right now I’m much more casual about my hair being a wreck or whatever.
This one shows the percent of bottom-dwelling fish from each wreck that are roughly a certain length.
Ultimately, the design promises to reduce the profound rotational forces that slam brain tissue into the skull during a wreck.
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The wreck occurred on the opening lap as drivers were making their first moves and Grosjean’s car made contact with Daniil Kyvat’s at the third turn of the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir.
If you get in a car wreck, you’re just going to go fix your car and get in your car again the next day.
She saw in the chair a thin, broken figure, a drawn brown face, a wreck of a man.
An old horse, with traces hanging and harness a wreck, stands snorting beside the boy.
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The gale still lasted, and the steamer was in momentary danger of becoming a complete wreck.
In passing round Cape Flinders, there appeared to be a considerable diminution in the remains of the Frederick's wreck.

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