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  • "This tall red-headed piece of misinformation is the sporting editor of the Press," said Willis Ijams; and H. H. Hazen, the druggist, chanted, "Boys, when you’re on a long motor tour and finally get to a romantic spot or scene and draw up and remark to the wife, ’This is certainly a romantic place,’ it sends a glow right up and down your vertebrae.

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  • While making a tackle, the C3 and C4 vertebrae in his spinal cord were telescoped.
  • Naked from the waist up, his vertebrae extruded from his skinny back as he hunched over the desk, working.
    John Green  --  An Abundance of Katherines

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