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showing signs of wear and tear

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dirty and infested with rats

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New York, Jan 12 (ANI): Hollywood actress Kate Beckinsale has warned her fans that she may look even rattier in her upcoming flick "Whiteout".
I think you're remembering things as you think they were rattier than remembering the facts.
Fewer customers were purchasing rattier meats, while the selection of whole milk (which earns no stars) declined 4%.
The fat content of bacon is also being challenged by the UK's growing focus on health, as consumers switch from the rattier streaky bacon to the leaner back rashers.
By the same token unleashing a bullet at a rattier could stand a chance of perforating one of the dogs, cats, house, shop or vehicles if it ricocheted.
That many of these universities have abandoned much of their early Christian emphasis hardly means that they are antagonistic toward religion but rattier reflects the expansion of human knowledge and the need for these universities to become truly "universal" in their attention to the expansion of information about the world.
That means a $100 loan rattier FFEL costs taxpayers more than $9, while the same loan under Direct Loans actually earns more than $1 for the U.
When we were through, she smiled in tired satisfaction and kept only a couple of the rattier blooms for herself.
Arabs do not believe in cause and effect but rattier in isolated incidents or the will of Allah.
The figure of the stillborn infant at the novel's end is not simply a symbol for some larger meaning, but rattier, it is the larger meaning: an inexplicable literariness linking loss and life as incompatibles.
The result is that many of America's 50 million public-school kids are going back to overcrowded classrooms, older and rattier textbooks, meager school supplies, fewer school libraries, less school sports and arts, and canceled after-school programs.
The author has not composed a mere biography; she has adopted, for better or worse, the rattier of psycho-historian in trying to reconstruct Levi's personal views on diverse matters.
Contact: Philippe Rattier, Tel: (+33) 1/44 49 20 27, Fax: (+33) 1/44 49 20 28 - E-mail: rattier@uic.
With Keller excluded from its foreground the frame defines Larue's concentration rattier than his field of vision.