Stubby sentence example

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  • Fritz pointed a stubby finger at her.
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  • Destiny touched its soft furry body and stubby ears.
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  • Hamsters are peculiar little rodents with large cheek pouches and short stubby tails.
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  • Greene reflected upon the fact that he doesn't appear overly graceful, hacking away with his stubby, tho authentic, sword.
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  • Puckering up his face though smiling, and showing his short strong teeth, he began with stubby fingers of both hands to ruffle up his thick tangled black hair.
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  • Simply cut back all the previous season 's growth to the lowest pair of buds where it joins the main stubby framework of branches.
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  • The freshness of a gleaming tube makes it more intriguing than the basic stubby black package.
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  • The best mascara for short lashes helps give stubby lashes a long, feathery look.
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  • Many bassists prefer a stubby pick with a molded indentation for an easy grip and solid resonance.
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  • For example, many phones with an external "stubby" antenna allow you to loop the cord of the charm in where the antenna is.
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  • An example of a "stubby" antenna can be found on the Motorola V635.
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  • From the V535 to the V600, they all have a relatively rounded bottom half and a stubby antenna on top.
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  • Cook regular green broccoli with the short stubby stems attached.
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  • Even more unusual, the stubby tower hugs a later raised clerestory, quite out of keeping with each other.
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  • Does he have long slender fingers or short stubby fingers?
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  • Having reached the forest floor, it makes a hole in the leaf litter with its stubby little tail.
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  • As the bird has short stubby wings it has to flap them so vigorously that they become almost invisible.
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  • Like Tiktaalik, Ken has big primitive jaws liable to snap and stubby legs that do n't carry him very far.
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  • The most recent drawing was of a bird, a small, common looking bird with a short, stubby beak.
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  • Penmanship, if taught at all, is best taught using fat crayons or short and stubby pencils, as it forces their little fingers to hold the pencil correctly rather than grabbing it with their whole fist.
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  • Many phones these days, however, don't have the "stubby" antenna anymore, opting for an internal device to grab the cell phone signal.
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  • The stubby antenna may be a turn off for some people, but its adequate spec sheet may be enough to win over people looking for an entry-level phone.
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  • At the same time, you may find that mobile phones with "stubby" antennas get better receptions that phones with internal antennas.
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  • In achondroplasia, the long bones fail to develop normally, making the arms and legs disproportionately short and stubby (and sometimes curved).
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  • In addition, small muscles tire more easily than large ones, and the short, stubby fingers of preschoolers make delicate or complicated tasks more difficult.
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  • To further enhance yield, at the same time Borlaug bred wheat strains with short, stubby stalks, which were able to better handle more weight of grain.
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