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Still feigning interest in the chunk of gold in his hand, he listened intently and he heard the breathing of the thing behind him.
Daylight, with the ax, chopped chunks off the frozen sausage of beans.
Us Mohegans are gettin' our bad luck handed to us in chunks these days.
Then I transfer it to an ovenproof or casserole dish, add the chunks of fish and put it in the oven to finish cooking for about 20 minutes.
After throwing a few handfuls of chunks in, take a sardine chunk from your bucketful and hook it twice through then toss it over.
Content chunking is an exercise that enables instructional designers (IDs) to split information into small pieces or chunks.
You examine the chunk: first look at the bark, most bark splits easily, but some is like having a rope tied around the chunk and cutting the bark first on these types of tree stumps helps split them easier.
based company say they took the traditional vibrant red base with subtle cocoa flavor and added large chocolate chunks for a decadent taste explosion.
Chocobillys Chocolate Chunk cookies are reportedly hand made using only the finest, all-natural ingredients, including chocolate chunks, creamy butter and maple brown sugar.
Occupying a large chunk of contiguous space serves the industry's business by allowing toy tenants' customers the convenience of strolling from showroom to showroom come convention time but also helps the industry in its search for a new space in that it gives them added leverage to extract better rents and concessions landlords.
Hash-based solutions suffer from an inherent risk that the same hash might be assigned to two data chunks that are not in fact identical.
Stemming from whole versus part practicing, chunking practice is essentially "part practice"--taking chunks of a piece and working them out individually.