Surfacing sentence example

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  • Yet it kept surfacing in arguments.
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  • She ducked under the water and swam a short distance before surfacing to make sure she wasn't close to any rocks.
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  • Many women have experienced surfacing from the water with their bikini tops up around their necks, desperately trying to get them back where they belong, while strangers, especially teenage boys, point and laugh.
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  • If you have a family, consider the potential problems that may arise -- braces, knocked out teeth, and surfacing of younger children's teeth can be costly.
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  • Gap bed, screwcutting gearbox, power sliding and surfacing.
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  • ParkerÍs supple bass grounds the ensemble, occasionally surfacing to make some muscular interjections.
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  • The major traders felt that it would spoil the surfacing of the pedestrianized walkways and the overall look of the town.
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  • The surfacing feed was engaged and disengaged by a push-pull knob on the apron front.
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  • Minimize any uncomfortable glare from excessive areas of hard surfacing in bright sunshine by careful planting, screening and choice of hard surface materials.
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  • Pictures began surfacing of Jennifer Lopez in billowy clothing as opposed to her usual form fitting outfits.
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  • The announcement came just as rumors of his failing health due to a cancer diagnosis began surfacing.
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  • Reports are surfacing that Prejean partied down with Amanda Lepore, a very well know gay transsexual.
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  • Being easily raised, it is a good surfacing plant in the spring or early summer garden, bolder flowers standing up from its sheets of bloom, and in masses it is effective.
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  • Fret Play - Fret Play doesn't have a ton of Slipknot tabs for the bass, but they do have a few including Sic, Surfacing, Till We Die, Circle, Don't Get Close and more.
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  • Small jobs use a light weight surfacing compound, while bigger jobs use a thicker spackling paste for additional support.
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  • Small drywall repairs, like filling in scratches, small dents or nail holes will require a putty knife, surfacing compound and fine sand paper.
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  • The information that comes with the surfacing compound you choose will give you valuable information about the best way to perform the repair.
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  • The easiest surfacing compound to apply is a viscous, premixed paste.
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  • Although marketing materials will endorse the long shelf life of their products, most spackling paste and surfacing compounds start to dry out once they're opened, so invest in only as much as you'll use within a couple of weeks.
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  • When a dab of surfacing compound isn't enough to fill the hole, you can usually use a patch kit to perform a quick repair.
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  • If you find hard surfacing, asphalt, concrete, or grass growing underneath play equipment, call the owner of the playground.
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  • As scientists continue to study the condition, more information and treatment options are surfacing.
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  • Stage3: Mild decline, symptoms begin surfacing, becoming evident to friends and family.
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  • Often a woman will try to push aside those negative feelings surfacing prior to the wedding out of a sense of embarrassment, fear, or obligation.
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  • As gossip starting surfacing that there was trouble in paradise at the mansion, Kendra was the first of the girlfriends to publicly split with Hef and openly have a new relationship.
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  • Rumors were also surfacing that Tepes was bathing in blood (Much like Batharoy) and consuming it as well.
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  • Thinking of taking a dive in the lake and not surfacing again, except that it meant she'd lose her soul.
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  • She stepped into the room and saw Ashley in the hospital bed, an unwelcome memory surfacing at the sight of the girl.
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  • Free-rooting subjects strike in any lightish sandy mixture; but difficult subjects should have thoroughly well-drained pots, a portion of the soil proper for the particular plants made very sandy, and a surfacing of clean sharp silver sand about as deep as the length of the cutting.
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