How to use Literally in a sentence

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  • By blow up, do you mean literally or figuratively?

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  • She'd never thought he meant she'd literally help revive the planet.

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  • She was literally at the end of her rope, so flight into the woods was unwise.

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  • A mouse she could handle – literally, but a snake was something different.

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  • Would you believe it, I have literally not a penny and don't know how to equip Boris.

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  • They slept together — literally, and he never offered to do anything else.

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  • Grasso lifted Molly by her waist band with one hand and literally tossed her into the van before slamming it shut.

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  • The Latin comes meant literally a companion or follower.

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  • The mot was literally true.

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  • With the iPhone, you can literally store thousands of pictures.

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  • Once before he had felt that way about a woman and she had literally left him waiting at the altar while she ran off with another man.

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  • A great proportion of architectural ornaments are literally hollow, and a September gale would strip them off, like borrowed plumes, without injury to the substantials.

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  • The yoga philosophy maintains that the breath is the most important facet of health, as the breath is the largest source of "prana," or life force, and hatha yoga uses "pranayama," which literally means the science or control of breathing.

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  • Nightmares are part of the normal developmental process that literally provide a "wake-up" call to both parent and child to pay attention to strong feelings and problems that may require some resolution.

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  • Excessive brain size is termed megalencephaly (literally "big brain").

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  • No one has ever literally died of embarrassment, but people have been killed or injured because they didn't want to appear to be too careful in front of others.

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  • Patients literally "fear the fear," and worry incessantly about when and where the next attack may occur.

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  • One such congenital brain anomaly, anencephaly (literally "without brain") results when the topmost portion of the tube fails to close and the brain does not develop.

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  • The forests literally swarm with insects of all kinds, from cicadae to beautiful butterflies, and from stickand leaf-insects to endless.

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  • The begging fakirs also go about with a lighted stick of incense in one hand, and holding out with the other an incense-holder (literally, "incense chariot"), into which the coins of the pious are thrown.

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  • If literally doing nothing at all is impossible, do something creative with the hands.

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  • Literally towering above all others is the village of San Gimignano, which sits serenely on a hill overlooking the Elsa Valley.

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  • Failure of division is termed holoprosencephaly (literally "whole forebrain").

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  • This causes an abnormal cleft or groove to appear on the surface of the brain, called schizencephaly (literally "split brain").

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  • To these, but with special reference to the work of Chandler, which maintained that a number of prophecies were literally fulfilled in Christ, Collins replied by his Scheme of Literal Prophecy Considered (1727).

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  • Among Conjugatae reproduction is effected solely by means of conjugation of what are literally aplanospores.

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  • Some of the correspondences in the two stories are most minute, and even the phraseology, in which some of the details of Josaphat's history are described, almost literally renders the Sanskrit of the Lalita Vistara.

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  • A peculiar feature of the arable tract is the Pats (literally cups) or depressed lands near the river-banks.

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  • The slithery reptile has been rubbing shoulders, quite literally, with legendary snake-charming hell-raiser, Alice Cooper.

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  • It literally means a desert and by extension it is applied to what we would call a hermitage.

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  • Literally it means to have your insides taken out, therefore feeling empty inside.

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  • Central Asia is peppered with nasty outfits, like Nepal's Maoist insurgency, which literally bleed across borders.

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  • And like a great many other phrases of modern intellectualism, it means literally nothing at all.

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  • I was literally looking into people's minds, which is an incredibly intimate place to be.

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  • It was a run-down pub with things literally falling apart and as bad a reputation as you can get.

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  • Here, you'll begin your lessons on French I and can continue all the way to French VII, and because this site covers subjects like Computers and the Internet and Camping, you'll literally feel like you're back in school.

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  • In addition to the holiday itself, a widespread French tradition on many holidays is to faire le pont, which literally means 'make the bridge'.

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  • It can literally be any kind of content you want on your site.

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  • Scaliger undoubtedly shows that Scioppius committed more blunders than he corrected, that his book literally bristles with pure lies and baseless calumnies; but he does not succeed in adducing a single proof either of his father's descent from the La Scala family, or of any single event narrated by Julius as happening to himself or any member of this family prior to his arrival at Agen.

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  • The inference is not expressly drawn, though it becomes perfectly clear from his refutation of William Whiston's curious counter theory that there were in the original Hebrew scriptures prophecies which were literally fulfilled in the New Testament, but had been expunged at an early date by Jewish scribes.

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  • The world, which perhaps ought to have been vexed, chose rather to be diverted; and the great satirist literally strains his power ut pueris placeat.

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  • It in circa cluded the Carpathian region of Bukovina, literally the beechwood, " where lay Sereth and Suciava (Suczawa), the earliest residences of the voivodes, the maritime district of Budzak (the later Bessarabia), with Kilia, Byelgorod and the left bank of the lower Danube from Galatz to the Sulina mouth.

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  • These are heavy and follow the original too literally.

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  • In the 'seventies, after a succession of wet seasons, and again in the 'eighties, settlement was pushed far westward, beyond the limits of safe agriculture, but hundreds of settlers - and indeed many entire communities - were literally starved out by the recurrence of droughts.

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  • It has been suggested that the ideogram by which it is indicated in Babylonian monuments literally means "fortress of the Amorites"; could this be proved it would be valuable testimony to its antiquity if not its origin.

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  • There are literally hundreds of thousands of places around Britain where farmland directly adjoins such establishments.

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  • This is a people who are being both literally and spiritually adulterous.

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  • The problem is that inevitably a clinical description becomes anecdotal, since every case is, literally, unique in its extent and distribution.

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  • The term anorexia literally means loss of appetite, but this isn't a true symptom of the disorder.

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  • It literally revolves around and around, using aphorisms about war and cons as axes upon which the movie almost physically rotates.

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  • We saw some of their latest ideas in their R & D facility which are literally breathtaking.

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  • The Bintley twist was to have some Wilis - the ghosts of jilted brides - fly literally about the place.

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  • Some of the close-ups are so close that they are literally brimming over with sensuality.

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  • Their process can literally turn old car bumpers into new ones.

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  • The brigade of award-winning chefs is passionate about food & their cooking will quite literally feed the mind.

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  • For a small commune this can literally break the bank.

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  • This Act is making many asylum seekers literally destitute.

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  • This model has an added boon of side bars and a floor - so no dithering while your toddler drags his feet - literally!

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  • Matt 9 v.36 Literally his innards were moved - a deeply emotional response.

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  • Thomson NETg puts the information that drives performance literally at your people's fingertips.

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  • Except it's a total free-for-all - you literally just show up - and they're expecting something like two million spectators.

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  • Even so, the bulk of the tantalum market is, literally, in our hands in the form of the latest hi-tech gizmo.

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  • Seeing God face to face, we will literally be engulfed in His heavenly glory.

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  • Anthony and the family were literally inundated with letters, cards, flowers and every kind of offer of help.

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  • It's music that bypasses the brain entirely, beguiling the soul with its ceaselessly inventive mercurial forms conjured literally out of the air.

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  • I literally had to wade knee-deep through the snow to get to the station.

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  • Such entirely legitimate opposition was literally whitewashed out of the event by BBC editorial controllers.

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  • There are literally dozens of perfectly valid reasons why Iran would want nukes.

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  • It will remain literally an oligarchy, a committee of 25 ministers making laws in secret for 450 million people.

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  • The painterly adaptations of her sources impede our ability to read the image as transparent; their surfaces are literally rendered opaque.

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  • Marcel Proust, In Search of Lost Time The performance A la recherche du temps perdu takes the code literally.

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  • They literally invented the first practical stereo phono cartridge.

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  • The great buildings of which they are custodians stand among literally thousands of smaller but equally precious places of worship.

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  • The EX Factor finalists literally graced the red carpet as they came under the hammer in front of a star gazed audience.

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  • The general rule is that literally whatever the idea, query, problem, or project the regional office can help.

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  • It is sometimes also called " osteogenic sarcoma " which literally means a bone forming cancer.

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  • The Principle of Respect for Autonomy Autonomy literally means self-rule.

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  • Birds twitter gently in the background as Iain quite literally tries to charm them from the trees with his sweetest serenade.

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  • They immediately went to the site and spent the next literally several days hoping to find survivors.

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  • Rhodri Morgan behaves as if money is literally sloshing around Wales.

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  • Literally, if you download your very own love sonnet in advance.

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  • This has the effect of knocking out one or more of those storyboard pictures and can make some people quite literally speechless.

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  • Thos who take a stand will be literally starved to death in funding terms.

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  • The ants go up the inside of the hollow stem of the flower stalks and literally eat the flower to pieces.

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  • Some of my research team had been on survey near Southwold and literally stumbled on a skeleton.

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  • This acts like a vacuum cleaner, literally sucking the plate backward.

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  • If it is only a symbol then it doesn't literally purify but is merely symbolic of purification.

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  • Greece Greece is literally teeming with ' world music ' activity.

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  • The skin from his swollen testicles has literally been burnt away due to him sitting in his own urine for months.

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  • The consequences of an all-out effort by our armed forces in the nuclear age became literally unthinkable.

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  • Hinduism recognizes four varnas ('castes ', literally 'colours ') based on occupation (jati or jat) and ancestry.

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  • A truce (bessa, literally "faith," "pledge"), either temporary or permanent, is sometimes arranged by mediation, or among the Ghegs, by the intervention of the clergy; a general bessa has occasionally been proclaimed by special irade of the sultan, the restoration of peace being celebrated with elaborate ceremonies.

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  • The word is used literally in biology; and metaphorically in prosody or grammar for a verse or sentence with a beginning wanting.

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  • But the cynical expressions of such a man are not to be taken too literally; and the mere fact that he lived and died in the esteem of many friends suffices to show that the theoretical selfishness which he sometimes professed cannot have been consistently and at all times carried into practice.

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  • The duke was forced to set Adimari and his other prisoners free, and several of his men-at-arms were killed by the populace; three of his chief henchmen, whom he was obliged to surrender, were literally torn to pieces, and finally on the 1st of August he had to resign his lordship. He departed from Florence under a strong guard a few days later, and the Fourteen cancelled all his enactments.

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  • Mime has pointed out that it is literally true of the Kuriles alone, partially true for the northern half of the Main Island and for Kishi, and quite incorrect as applied to the southern half of the Main Island and to Shikoku.

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  • The tidings of the death of his brother Charles IX., which reached him on the 14th of June 1574, determined him to exchange a thorny for what he hoped would be a flowery throne, and at midnight on the 18th of June 1574 he literally fled from Poland, pursued to the frontier by his indignant and bewildered subjects.

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  • The combination a-and-tu, literally " water enter ship," means abetbu, " deluge," ordinarily, but in one passage a-md-tu is made the equivalent of shabilbu, " flame," a pure pun on abilbu, " deluge."

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  • If the relative is the object of a preposition, the latter is put at the end of the clause, and has a personal ending, thus y ty y b12m ynddo, literally, " the house which I-was in-it."

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  • The older abstract term is "anthropopathy," literally "attributing human feelings," in sense (b).

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  • He refused to agree, and has quarreled violently, literally violently, with his brothers.

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  • This razing of the city followed the conquest in 1533 when the Spanish managed, quite literally, to walk in and take over.

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  • Here, precariously hugging wind-swept cliffs are literally hundreds of castle ruins, connected in many cases to the warrior clans Sinclair and Gunn.

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  • Dotted around in literally hundreds of releases on that label are some great doo wop sounds and Volume 6 includes a few of these.

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  • While startups may not be life or death literally, they are exactly that figuratively.

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  • Participants can work odd hours, travel with their host families, and literally act as a member of the family.

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  • If you are even vaguely familiar with the Chinese language, you know that it is comprised of characters, and these characters literally number into the thousands.

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  • Their lungs are literally filled with fluid while they are in the womb.

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  • Mommy Necklaces are the latest product to aid nursing mothers and make their job as a breastfeeding mom a little less painful, literally.

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  • Adding a Boppy pillow can quite literally give the cake another layer of usefulness, and the mom-to-be at your next baby shower will appreciate this thoughtful addition.

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  • If the mom had a difficult delivery, is especially fatigued, or needed to have a Caesarean section, the first seven days can literally be an endurance test.

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  • There are literally hundreds of brands of cigars that are made in places besides Cuba.

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  • These televisions have to be big because the technology is literally projecting images from the back of the television onto the screen.

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  • Also scan your local newspaper for announcements of garage sales-often times you can find items like baseball bats at garage sales for literally next to nothing as far as price goes.

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  • This site features literally thousands of campgrounds located throughout North America.

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  • The system itself is literally a cube, with a handle on the back to encourage portability.

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  • The Microsoft Xbox is the big daddy of the console world, both literally and figuratively.

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  • There are literally hundreds of putter models for players to choose from.

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  • If you read the statement literally, you can get an iPod for $20.

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  • It literally has something for everyone.

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  • You can conduct a transfer and the money will literally be available in minutes.

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  • They literally have a mini tree inside them and are so freakin' cute.

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  • There are literally millions of homeless cats already, so it's important to consider this question thoroughly before you make a decision to breed.

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  • Pick up any piece of classic literature and names will literally jump off the page.

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  • Now he literally takes both paws grabs my face and licks me.

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  • Some compulsive groomers will literally pull out their own fur.

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  • A cat rescue is an organization that literally rescues unwanted animals from shelters and other poor living conditions.

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  • This drink is deceptively light in flavor, but it can literally pack quite a punch.

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  • If your children at any time state that they wish their life were over or that they don't care what happens to them anymore, take these statements literally and seek professional help immediately.

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  • There is literally one in every shape, size and color, for girls or boys, small toddlers or teenagers.

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  • Miles of Furniture is quite literally that.

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  • Solar Sun Tunnels - one easy way to incorporate solar into literally any home in less than half a day.

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  • Wind power design is taking off, literally, in new directions.

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  • Vanessa, who is always so vocally confident about her abilities, took her beauty shop theme slightly too literally.

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  • Host Clive Pearse told the designers it would be up to them how literally they took the color theme - would they use the color throughout their design, or only incorporate splashes?

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  • The contestants all decided to interpret their color assignments very literally - Alice, Temple, and Tym painted all their walls in shades of their colors, while David painted part of his walls in red.

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  • Some complaints were raised about taking the task too literally - the judges felt simply painting the walls in their assigned colors showed a lack of creativity.

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  • Founded in 2004, Bella Vita (literally "the beautiful life" in Italian), is large enough to handle the most detailed project, yet small enough to impart that personal touch.

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  • All Modern Lighting - You don't get names more obvious than this one, and with such dedication to modern lighting, this site really delivers with literally thousands of options, from floor lamps to track lighting.

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  • There are literally thousands of throw pillows to choose from, so there is definitely a color and style for every budget or taste.

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  • These choices will set your color palette, and you'll soon discover that your kitchen unfolds with an array of earthy colors that literally bring the outdoors inside your home.

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  • You have access to literally thousands of different styles and prices of area rugs that you can research from the comfort of your home.

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  • Customers can literally spray or drop a small amount of the perfume to try before buying.

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  • Remember, people are already banging down the doors of modeling agencies, and many of these places receive literally thousands of submissions per week.

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  • Actors can spend literally hours in the makeup chair before their character is expressed and revealed through the finished product.

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  • Officially referred to by doctors as "permanent pigmentation of the dermis", permanent makeup is a process that literally tattoos cosmetics onto the skin.

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  • Twenty dollars could literally go down the drain with the flick of a wrist.

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  • Of her clothing label, Bitten, Sarah Jessica Parker told The New York Times that her "fatal flaw is that I have to be involved literally down to splitting the atoms."

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  • It was a breeze to apply and lasted, quite literally, all day long.

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  • However, her lipsticks have always left a funny taste in my mouth - quite literally.

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  • It literally looks as if my skin is glowing from the inside out, as opposed to just "sitting" on my cheeks.

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  • You literally look like yourself, only better!

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  • That's literally all you need to pull of this look.

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  • There are literally thousands of different items you can focus on.

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  • There are literally hundreds of online dating services available.

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  • While you can't literally earn a living from taking surveys, participating in online surveys can be a great way to pick up cash or prizes in exchange for sharing your opinion.

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  • There are literally thousands of information sites, both free and for pay, for fantasy football enthusiasts to examine.

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  • When drafting your team, you rank players at the web site where your league is hosted, and on draft day, you and other league members literally select each player via a fantasy draft.

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  • There is literally no shortage of places where you can find clothing online, from discount stores to high-end shops.

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  • Smileys War - A rather simplistic choice that literally requires you to blow the smile off someone else's face before he does it to you.

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  • There are literally dozens of stock photography sites on the Internet, each having different requirements from their photographers.

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  • The specialty food business is a $24 billion dollar industry literally encompassing everything from soup to nuts.

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  • In fact, there are literally thousands of different versions available as people adopt recipes and make them their own.

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  • Though viewing scrapbook layout galleries such as Scrapbook, Two Peas in a Bucket, and Scrapjazz can be time-consuming, but worth the effort since you can find inspiration among their literally millions of layouts.

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  • Even though we're not literally evolving on a daily basis, this definition of stress probably resonates with you when you feel anxiety about a new job, your kids moving away from home or any other changes in your life.

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  • This is unfortunate because unlike a disease that is isolated within one section of the body, stress travels everywhere, and quite literally, can manifest itself in several different forms.

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  • There are so many different styles to choose from, so your possibilities are literally endless.

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  • Wild, retarded (not literally, but you I thought he was stupid) and never prepared for class guy.

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  • Literally ask him "out" to do something.

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  • Anorexic teens literally starve themselves.

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  • Both guys and girls should have some cute running or tennis shoes on hand for moments when you have no time and literally have to run out the door.

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  • Dress designers literally have hundreds of dresses to rent or buy in retail dress shops and online stores.

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  • The latest female fashion trends are literally all over the map, and a lot of that has to do with our global economy.

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  • From swimming to volleyball, there are literally tons of fun ways to get physically fit.

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  • This site has literally hundreds of poems about many different topics, such as; life, love, teens, sadness, and friendship.

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  • There are literally thousands of tips and tricks on how to prank your parents available online, and if you are creative, then you can even create your own pranks with a little inspiration from websites about gags and pranks.

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  • While you don't want to throw out your scale literally (especially if it belongs to your parents!), it can be helpful to stop weighing yourself.

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  • Even with these restrictions, there are literally thousands of different meal options.

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  • The term probiotic literally means "for life."

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  • You can pay inexpensive shipping and handling fees to receive a paper version of their most recent catalog, but why bother when you can have all of their great dresses literally at your fingertips with a single keyboard navigation?

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  • Remember, sleeping drinkers can literally choke on their own vomit.

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  • The final three weeks I literally drank around the clock, crying all the time and I had no idea why.

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  • I have literally dozens of AA friends and almost everything I do socially is with them.

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  • It's true that anorexics will literally starve themselves, but this behavior is actually an attempt to use control over food as a coping mechanism for more severe emotional problems.

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  • There is also a technical name for shopping addiction, called oniomania, which literally translates from Greek as the words "for sale" and "madness."

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  • Literally a show about nothing, it followed the lives of Jerry and pals George (Jason Alexander), Elaine (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and Kramer (Michael Richards) and their everyday adventures.

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  • Actor Patrick Dempsey, aka Dr. McSteamy from the hit television series Grey's Anatomy, unwinds from his busy career as a television doctor by literally going around circles.

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  • Not sure about that one, given that Nick turned his modified Toyota Supra in to literally, a mangled mess of metal.

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  • If you missed the show last night, when Ryan Seacrest announced Kris Allen's name, his mouth looked like it literally dropped to the floor.

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  • Literally any information you want about the actress is at your fingertips, but remember, anyone can post anything on the Internet so it's important to take everything you read with a grain of salt.

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  • There are literally countless brands of children's fashion in stores across the country.

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  • Popular for housing literally thousands of comic shorts, College Humor will provide days of entertainment.

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  • If you're the type of person who doesn't do well in large classroom environments (popular in freshman science courses), an online education shuts all the other people out of your sight--literally.

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  • Because their are so many ways to train a dog, there are literally thousands of training aids available to cover almost any situation, and we cannot cover every one in a single article, so let's break them down into some general categories.

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  • Dog chew toys are fun for dogs, and can literally save a pet owner thousands of dollars.

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  • A toy is dragged across the floor to literally lure the puppies with a target.

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  • Literally, the worms make their way to the heart and interrupt the way it beats and moves blood.

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  • Socializing means you literally take your puppy or new dog and introduce him to everything and everyone you possibly can.

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  • There are literally thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of pathways to get better at playing.

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  • With literally hundreds of components to choose from including beads, charms and clasps, the combination possibilities are almost endless.

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  • Rosaries - The rosary, which literally translates to "garland of roses," is a high profile prayer symbol of the Catholic faith, though the ornate jewelry itself has made its way into mainstream culture.

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  • Quite literally, these were clothes worn by athletes that grew in popularity and unexpectedly transitioned to the layman's wardrobe.

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  • What you'll love about this company is that it is literally designed just for you; there will be no competing here with other men's sizes when you visit this site.

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  • Having your professional wardrobe customized can save you thousands of dollars - quite literally.

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  • There are literally thousands of places to purchase polo shirts online and in retail stores.

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  • Literally worn underneath dress shirts, they were designed never to be seen.

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  • There are literally hundreds of different organic baby products on the market today, which can leave a person assembling a basket at a loss of where to start.

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  • As the company expanded, it merged and partnered with other like minded companies until it had literally spread throughout the United States.

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  • If a soil is too compacted, the roots of the plants don't get enough air and the plant literally suffocates.

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  • Their unique formulas contain enzymes which literally digest bacteria that cause odors, illness, and other problems.

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  • There are literally hundreds of companies making organic cleaners and a quick search on the Internet will bring up pages and pages of possibilities.

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  • Hypopnea literally means "underbreathing" or breathing that is slower than normal.

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  • In this way, it initially competed against the SNES and was winning, until the Sony PlayStation and Nintendo 64 (N64) hit shelves, and literally took the wind out from under the Saturn's wings.

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  • Swinging the sword and using items is done by moving the Wii Remote, so instead of tapping a button to attack an enemy you can literally just move your hand.

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  • It was literally an art to master the hopping, smoking boost, only to get your lead taken away by a rogue spiked shell.

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  • You can choose to try and retreat, but it's literally a blast to have a good old fashioned cannon battle with the other pirates.

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  • Galbadia Hotel - This game music ripping site stores thousands of MP3 files from literally hundreds of video games.

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  • There are literally posters for every kind of gamer.

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  • The closest thing you saw to a trailer or promotional video were the cut-scenes opened by a clapboard in which Pacman and Ms. Pacman literally bumped into each other and fell in love.

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  • Essentially, the way you do these things is you literally pick up an inhabitant and plop him or her in the area associated with task.

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  • In a nutshell, Wii Fit is an exercise-minded game that is comprised of literally dozens of different activities.

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  • It can literally make or break a wine or winery with a review, gossip, or interview.

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  • Not only can your wine literally get cooked here because of the intense heat off the oven or stove, but when you cook things it can splatter and ruin the labels from your bottle (if you ever wanted to save one for whatever reason).

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  • Everything changed, literally overnight and the region became a destination for many wine fans from across the country (and the world).

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  • Wine clubs are popular because they are literally the gift that keeps on giving.

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  • Literally since the late 1600's into the early 1700's, cork was used as an alternative wine closure to oil soaked rags.

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  • Biblio represents a number of booksellers specializing in the antique book market, and literally offers access to millions of volumes for collectors to choose among.

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  • When you travel with a truck bed tent, you can literally set up camp anywhere that you can drive your truck.

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  • There are literally oodles of them out there in all shapes, sizes, and price ranges.

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  • There are literally thousands of Sidekick 3 themes on this website.

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  • The easiest and probably most expensive way to buy cell phones without plans is to literally buy the cell phone without a plan at your chosen mobile operator.

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  • There are literally thousands of great free iPhone apps available through the official Apple App Store.

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  • There are literally hundreds of free BlackBerry Curve apps to download and enjoy on sites all over the Internet.

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  • There are literally thousands of cell phones that are compatible.

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  • This great Android app provides access to literally thousands of different recipes for all tastes and preferences.

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  • They come in many different designs and your muffins will literally fall out of the pan when they are done.

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  • Literally, it's as simple as one, two, three.

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  • Located literally everywhere from specialty boutiques to department stores, Capezio now carries not only dance footwear, but also leotards, t-shirts, dance pants, sweats, warm up clothes, performance accessories, and even note cards.

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  • Pros- A hat is literally the crowning glory of a costume, and adds flair and panache.

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  • Line dance classes can be taught literally anywhere and everywhere, since they do not contain the same physical demands as formal dance.

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  • By creating a common vocabulary, the dances have literally spread all over the world.

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  • The meaning of Zambo is literally the child of an African man and an indigenous woman.

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  • The style of dance became known by the French term "danse du ventre", literally "dance of the belly."

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  • Literally translated, feng shui means "wind and water."

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  • When these poison arrows are either directed at you, or in an area of your home where you spend a lot of time, they channel negative chi that is literally pointed at you.

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  • Yin and yang are in constant movement, one literally pushing the other along.

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  • This style is very convenient for men who can literally roll out of bed and jump in their car to go somewhere.

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  • In Style literally has over one hundred pictures of hair styles from which you can choose, so streamline your search by selecting either the celebrity you love most, the style you are after, or a specific hairstyle.

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  • Just when you thought your hair couldn't get any more noticeable, it started to glow - literally.

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  • Literally on the cutting edge of fashion, this look requires some confidence to pull off.

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  • Longer hair came back into vogue in the 1940s. 1950s hairstyles saw the rise, literally, of bouffants, beehive hairdos and other fussy styles that had to be sculpted and sprayed into submission on a regular basis.

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  • In September 2009, mega model Tyra Banks announced to the world that she planned to go back to her roots, literally, on the season premiere of her daytime talk show.

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  • These extensions should be attached by a professional, who will literally sew them in place.

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  • The key is to literally just take off a little bit; even a snippet will do.

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  • There are literally endless pages of material for free curriculum.

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  • There are literally thousands of websites written by educators and other individuals who are passionate about their favorite history topics.

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  • There are literally dozens of websites dedicated to providing homeschooling parents with the materials and support that they need.

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  • The median salary is literally the midpoint in the rate of pay for all individuals who work in a particular field.

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  • There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of positions all across the country for which you can apply.

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  • Literally, the objectives should specify what the learner should be able to do as a result of the training experience.

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  • There is a website for FHA with FAQs, and the answers literally change from week to week.

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  • Learning how to make Japanese origami is literally, learning how to fold paper based on a basic set of folds and crease patterns.

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  • The first known book on the subject was published in 1797 by Japanese author, Senbazuru Orikata and since then literally hundreds of books by authors from many nationalities have been published.

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  • Remember, though, "eating for two" doesn't literally mean doubling your intake.

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  • You are literally eating for two and that baby needs the right combination of fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, and plenty of calcium.

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  • For savvy shoppers, deals are a dime a dozen (literally).

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  • Benefiting from a high circulation of ocean waters, the Aquarium is literally a "living extension of Monterey Bay.

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  • Located in downtown San Francisco, Union Square is not really a shopping center at all, but rather a series of city blocks that are literally filled with shops.

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  • Most libraries can order books if they aren't available in your local branch, so there are literally thousands of sewing books available.

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  • When a goldfish has fin rot, the fin will look as if it is literally rotting away.

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  • It literally fits every one of your curves to perfection.

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  • The top is done in a liquid metal fabric to convey shine and movement, while the back bottom of the suit is literally a string back.

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  • This way, finding a great fit is literally just a click away.

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  • Once the patterns are made and the fabric has been shipped to our factory, we literally cut the fabric with our laser cutting machine by following the specifications given.

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  • Your friends, not to mention any prospective love interests, will literally have stars in their eyes!

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  • Skimpy slingshots comprised only string literally have no fabric to them.

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  • In other words, when you put this swimsuit on, you are literally only wearing string; there is no fabric.

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  • There are literally hundreds of beach loungers to choose from.

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  • The G- string is literally a piece of string that does a laughingly poor job of covering up anything - precisely why many love it.

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  • Within this category you'll also find their famous "liquid metal" bikinis; swimsuits that literally look as if you melted down metal and then poured it all over your body.

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  • Ms. Fox, pulling and tugging at what appears to be either a black shirt or a swim cover up, is literally tearing it away from her body.

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  • For example, liquid metal is an extremely provocative fabric that literally looks "wet" on the body.

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  • What you are left with then is a one piece swimsuit that, when coupled with fabric that is literally cut out to expose miles and miles of sensuous skin, perfectly embodies female sexiness!

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  • I have literally millions of Speedo bikinis and every time I model a bikini in a magazine it's always a Speedo suit.

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  • You'll literally find yourself awash in vibrant blues, pinks, greens and prints in every style imaginable.

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  • They literally come in all cuts and styles, and with a little know-how it's possible to find the best one for you.

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  • One of the advantages of shopping at Venus is their tremendous selection; there are literally reams and reams of the different models that are available for purchase.

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  • Sports Illustrated cover girl Beyonce literally rocks SI Swimsuit Edition 2007.

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  • That's because these suits are quite literally just string that has been wrapped around the body in almost a jumpsuit sort of fashion.

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  • It's called a metallic cage halter with good reason, as the entire top resembles, quite literally, a liquid cage.

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  • It's literally a string with silver ring side accents.

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  • Velvet tiers adorn the top portion of the suit, that amazingly also features removable straps for two ways to wear; literally it's like buying two suits for the price of one.

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  • The 50s and 60s was the most explosive era in swimsuit history, literally.

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  • The result is literally revolutionizing the competitive swim world.

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  • Wouldn't it be lovely to show up in something so provocative, so deliciously art-inspired that people literally won't be able to look away?

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  • Calvin Klein gives Victoria's Secret swimwear a boost, literally, with their push-up bra bikini tops.

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  • Once you make a selection, you are just literally one click away from the shorts you want to purchase.

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  • For those who might be unfamiliar with this style, know that the "sling" part in this style's name, could literally be changed to "string" without causing the slightest of controversy.

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  • At Got Celeb.com, Coco is showcased in a daring orange bikini, and while the bikini top itself is a standard one, her bikini bottom is quite eyebrow raising because it’s just literally just string.

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  • The wide variety of colors and prints are so varied that you can literally sport a different pair of board shorts for each day of the week.

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  • This style is quite literally just a piece of string.

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  • There are literally hundreds of toys that could be on anyone's bestseller list.

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  • There are literally hundreds of different Ganz bears available at online stores and marketplaces.

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  • There are at least six additional stories and literally hundreds of licensed items, including not only dolls but also puzzles, games, backpacks, plates and even Colorforms.

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  • With its small stature, this microwave can literally fit almost anywhere from your cubicle to the kitchen of your recreational vehicle.

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  • This is a lovely way of, quite literally, bringing a little light into someone's day.

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  • Literally with the touch of a button, anyone can add aromatherapy benefits to their home.

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  • There are so many things you can do with colored votive holders that literally it is only your imagination that is the limit.

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  • The Relay for Life is an inspiration for those who live with cancer, and those who choose to literally walk and run beside them in support.

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  • Teams literally bring tents and camp out throughout the night to make sure this requirement is met.

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  • There are literally thousands of charities to choose from, depending upon what type of organization you are looking for.

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  • There are literally thousands of legitimate charitable organizations, so do not think that most are charity scams.

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  • The dedication to produce true-to-life greenery sends designers literally out into the field to collect samples for reproduction.

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  • With literally millions of sites to search, you are bound to find that elusive item somewhere on the Internet.

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  • In addition, home decorating websites feature literally hundreds of Christmas tree ideas.

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  • A bad news costume has a double meaning in that your costume is literally bad news plastered all over your body.

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  • For each one, take a deep breath and blow it away - literally.

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  • So, literally the one person you meet out of hundred matches your criteria for a soul mate exactly.

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  • Should I be ok with them hanging out and talking online literally almost every day when they are both down there?

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  • If by 'open up' you literally meant he would verbally tell you what he wanted; then you are correct, he failed to literally speak about his level of interest.

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  • This may mean you literally bite your tongue or go to another room when one of these behaviors starts.

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  • Whenever you recognize you're doing the behavior tell yourself to "shut up," literally.

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  • When Madonna kissed Britney Spears at the Video Music Awards, some conservatives became so hysterical that they literally saw it as the decline of American culture.

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  • For literally hundreds of years, lovers have been sending letters, cards, pictures and other tokens through the mail.

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  • Books - With literally millions of books to choose from, there is bound to be one that says exactly what you want to say.

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  • Mokume Gane is a Japanese term that literally translates as "wood grain," perfectly describing the appearance of the rings.

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  • Unlike bridal sets, three stone rings, and other designs using several stones, scatter set diamond rings use stones that are literally "scattered" across the surface of a ring instead of positioned together as a single focal point.

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  • A pave setting engagement ring is literally encrusted with diamonds or other gemstones along its surface.

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  • There are literally thousands of magazines published in the United States, from general interest magazines to highly specialized magazines for hobbyists and tradespeople.

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  • A frame wallet has a sturdy construction that literally frames the wallet's interior, while the softer versions are composed of only fabric.

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  • There are literally hundreds of places to find a back to school backpacks sale.

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  • For that reason, it's good to dig into the bag - literally.

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  • If money is no object, though, you quite literally have your pick of the litter - and there is plenty to feast your eyes on.

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  • Chock full of technological advances and constructed to be sturdy and durable, Osprey backpacks are literally designed to ensure that your gear arrives at your destination secure and in good condition.

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  • The shields on the major trumps beckon you to literally ask, "What does this mean to me?"

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  • The only possible disadvantage may be the fact that you can't type in a specific question, and that may lead you to wonder if those great cards you're getting are fate or, literally, the luck of the draw.

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  • Sincerity and honesty go hand in hand for Scorpios; they will literally detest you if they find even a whiff of dishonesty about you.

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  • You want a partner who can literally feel you and complete you.

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  • Sometimes, he may literally become fixated with the look of love, but do not let this dissuade your interest from him.

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  • Make him stop and smell the flowers, literally.

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  • When scorned by a lover, he literally is forced to uproot a long tunnel of emotions which can threaten his entire psychological condition.

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  • Spying this type of disorder causes the sign's equilibrium to go completely out of whack, and the native might feel so overwhelmed by the disarray that she may literally have to stand still for a moment and catch her breath.

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