Innards sentence example

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  • You've got the innards of an eighteen-year-old.
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  • Matt 9 v.36 Literally his innards were moved - a deeply emotional response.
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  • It is made of very thick Spanish leather and forms a shape around the paper innards that is special to look at.
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  • If animals or small children are present, dispose the turkey's wrappings and innards directly into your outside receptacle rather than placing them in your indoor garbage can.
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  • If they really did cost anywhere near that much, then I'd happily eat my own innards!
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  • There is even a very strong sauce called liquamen made from boiled fish innards.
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  • They are not sensate beings, they neither know nor care what arcanum (i.e. mysteries) haunt their innards.
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  • When she comes spluttering down, out go your innards.
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  • Remove these and you can take the whole top off revealing the simple innards.
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  • Should this be the case, or if you are more than a little fearful of probing the innards of your computer, take it to a shop and have it done.
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  • Should this be the case, or if you are more than a little fearful of probing the innards of your computer, take it to a professional for the installation.
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  • It is different than replacing the cell phone faceplate, as the faceplate is the actual covering on the phone itself that protects the precious innards, so to speak.
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