Scrunched sentence example

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  • She scrunched her eyes, trying to remember.
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  • He withdrew a note pad, licked his pencil, and scrunched up his eyes in deep concentration.
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  • Sarah scrunched up her face as if she smelled something rancid.
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  • Cynthia scrunched close to Dean's ear, trying to hear the conversation, and offered a word or two as well.
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  • Donnie responded with nods, smiles and gestures while Fred and Dean, scrunched into the back seat, politely listened.
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  • She scrunched her head down until her fingertips brushed the rough material across her eyes.
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  • This holds the card and scrunched paper in position.
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  • A piece of scrunched up foil rotating on a desk.
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  • I then switch it for a scrunched up piece if flash paper.
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  • Unlike conventional programs where the information may need to be scrunched into a few lines, a long thin program has ample room for a long order of service.
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  • Typically, women scrunched the legwarmers below the knees, so the look was slouchy and casual.
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  • Constructed of thick, scrunched, gathered leather that looks almost accordion-like, the handle balances perfectly the bag's hefty body.
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  • If it stays scrunched or wrinkled, it's not the suit for you because it will do the same when you wear it.
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  • Improved posture that helps remaining fat be distributed more evenly instead of getting scrunched up.
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  • Lana scrunched down as far as she could in the shadow of the massive rocks around her.
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  • It can be worn round your shoulders to keep of the chill or scrunched up round your neck like a long scarf.
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  • If the input file is 2-D data, then it is treated as a set of 1-D spectra and each is scrunched individually.
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  • It is believed that a very long time ago all of space was scrunched together in a very small, hot ball.
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  • Although the top was lowered, she had not seen him before because he was scrunched down out of view.
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  • Drying room even has box of scrunched up re-used newspaper to put in boots.
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  • It is also a good idea to add some layers of scrunched up paper or cardboard to allow air in to the compost heap.
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  • To create curly styles, wind sections of hair around a scrunched up tissue and then knot the ends of the tissue together.
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  • For auditory stimulation part of the process involves rubbing the felt for several minutes with a scrunched up plastic bag.
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  • If it is 2-D, then each spectrum will be scrunched according to the corresponding cross-section of the wavelength array.
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  • Leaves, scrunched up paper and small pieces of sponge can also be used to make different types of patterns.
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  • What good is a hot tub, if you're all scrunched up, fighting for space with others?
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  • Your toes get scrunched and the elastic digs into your ankle -- or calf is you are wearing trouser socks -- especially if your feet have a tendency to swell by the end of the day.
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  • Here, the bikini bottom is "scrunched" or ruffled in such a way that an onlooker's eye is directed squarely at the wearer's bottom!
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  • Toes can wiggle all they need to, they'll never feel scrunched or stifled in a Born shoe.
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