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  • assumption that you’ve written nothing more meaningful or substantial than a mouthful of cotton candy. As a result, critics react a certain way without ever reading
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  • Hoodoo Gurus (category ARIA Hall of Fame inductees)
    released Lost, Lonely and Vicious in 1990, Orgazmatazz a year later and Mouthful of Chicken in 1993. Gurus new line-up (Baker, Bramley, Faulkner and Shepherd)
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  • John Schlimm (category Wikipedia articles with possible conflicts of interest from November 2014)
    Cancer Society, The Bradford Era, October 16, 2007 Schlimm delivers a mouthful for veggie caucus, rollcall.com; accessed November 24, 2014. Cumberland
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  • geometrically and could not raise a mouthful of water closer than fifty paces to the reservoir. Vanity of vanities! Vanity of geometry! Euler's eyesight worsened
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  • This is the list of words having different meanings in British and American English: M–Z. For the first portion of the list, see List of words having different
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  • Yo La Tengo discography (category Discographies of American artists)
    The discography of Yo La Tengo, an indie rock band based in Hoboken, New Jersey, consists of fifteen studio albums, six compilation albums, fifteen extended
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  • They can consume 34,776–1,912,680 kJ (~480,000 kilocalories) from one mouthful of krill, which can provide up to 240 times more energy than used in a single
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  • claims that the name she has come up with for her daughter is "kind of a mouthful". In the book Reaper (2014) by Brock Allen, the Loch Ness monster lives
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  • Hawfinch (category Birds of Asia)
    nestlings are fed by both parents who regurgitate seeds but also bring mouthfuls of caterpillars. Initially the male normally passes the food to the female
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  • nestlings. They suffocate their prey by constriction, though harmless smaller mouthfuls may be eaten alive without constriction, or simply crushed on eating by
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