How to use Whittle in a sentence

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  • It's certainly a fun way to spend the time, and you can most certainly whittle away oodles of time trying to figure out what your "unconscious" is trying to tell you, but if it's substance you're after, it may be better to look elsewhere.

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  • Panels of judges for each category will then sift through and whittle down the entries.

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  • You can then whittle down your short list to identify the best service for you.

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  • In fact, because there are so many great musicals out there, starting from this perspective may actually whittle away some of your choices, and thus, make it easier to choose the best musical for your cast.

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  • When you are hunting around online for designer clothes for kids, you will want to whittle down your search to cover either high-end labels or lower level brands that dominate the world of children's fashion.

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  • Among them is the Miracle Vest, a cotton and rubber shaper that wraps around the midsection and works to whittle down the waistline, flatten the stomach and even lift the breasts.

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  • You're saying you're taking forty along, how did you whittle it down?

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  • Finally, it is important to correct any imbalance that comrade whittle or others may perceive in what has been written.

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  • Personal interviews will then be held to whittle the number down to 250.

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  • Finally, it is important to correct any imbalance that comrade Whittle or others may perceive in what has been written.

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  • A few further clicks may be required to whittle down the links.

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  • A more traditional game for Bond fans to whittle away the hours on.

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  • Use the tests to whittle down the list of potential employees.

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  • We are hoping to have 20 songs to whittle down to the 11 we need for the next album.

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  • We must make sure this victory is used to whittle away their previous votes.

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  • The portions aren't meager, and it's by no means food that will whittle your waistline.

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  • Don't whittle the bark down if you are having trouble fitting it into the stand.

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  • Frank Whittle Frank Whittle, in 1929, was the first to propose the idea of jet propulsion in the modern sense.

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  • The important point is that these fees can whittle away at the amount of money available for purchases.

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  • Whittle your list down to three or four ideas that really excite you, then have a talk with your baker.

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  • Now that you have chosen the color scheme and the theme for your toddler's bedding, you can whittle down your choices even further by looking for a specific ensemble.

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  • To draw attention to your waist, look for dresses (such as the wrap style) that enhance and whittle the waist with attached ties.

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  • Reading steam iron ratings is one of the best ways you can whittle down the competition when you're in the market for a new clothes iron.

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  • Spend your first few visits hitting the major sights of the city, then whittle down to the core, and see the lesser-known areas.

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  • Some doctors blamed many women's illnesses on the corsets they wore to whittle down their waist size to as little as 17 inches.

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  • Concentrate on exercises that flatten the stomach and whittle the waist, such as side crunches.

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  • Corsets typically use a lace-up back and sometimes even vertical boning around the sides to whittle down the waist, smooth out the tummy area, and push up the breasts.

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  • If you make it past this stage you will likely go through several more rounds of interviews and testing processes as the producers whittle down the candidates to the final cast.

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  • If you like the tapering shape, whittle it down on one end with a paring knife until it is roughly the shape you want.

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  • If you want a crystal tip on your wand, you can whittle out a depression in the tip, and insert a small pointed piece of quartz or other mineral.

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  • August 20 th 1861 Maurice Whittle aged 16 was charged with stealing a silk handkerchief from Nelson Trafalgar Howard at Melford.

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  • Even if you have to buy something for the person who has everything, the following tips can help you whittle down your list quickly and efficiently!

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