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He always spent his preciously limited time to community service.
The time 'twixt six and now Must by us both be spent most preciously.
This is a preciously cultivated form of anarchy within the society.
Yet, he decided, Caesar had not behaved preciously at all.
The results can, in some hands, be preciously chic.
"I think this one is overturning more preciously held customs," she said.
An artichoke is a precious vegetable with a preciously short season.
I found Low down by the old town dump, cradling something preciously in the bend of his arm.
This is the only scene that is so preciously full of conceits.
You think he would ever touch you again, your preciously upright husband?"
"The future that has been and is being so dearly and preciously won!
He sewed these bags himself and filled them with goods from his preciously collected dole.
The religious aspects are handled sensitively but not preciously.
"I think that this music has been held onto rather preciously by a lot of the people who've revived it," Joplin observes.
Johnson, well aware, mapped out his day preciously.
"She just thinks I might be a bad influence on her preciously perfect young Creole ladies."
Duchamp's urinal comes to mind, and it seems rather preciously earnest.
"American fashion never has been treated as preciously as European fashion."
And sometimes, things are too preciously self-referential.
We guard them very preciously, the helicoptersand the pilots.
It is famous for its preciously decorated octagonal minaret.
It was a very old, faded black-and-white photograph, kept preciously in a protective plastic cover, the paper wrinkled and cracked.
I would like to see it remind everyone that the manifest for religious freedom in our country appears to be preciously unique in the world.
This tiny bakery has cases full of preciously wrapped chocolates, sweet berry tarts and everything in between.
A preciously apropos prop and a prime hideout hole.
And his words are precious to those who love him.
"They are too precious just to be in the hands of single families."
Those students are all the more precious for being few.
You and your child are precious in the eyes of God!
Both are precious, and should be more than enough for anyone.
She was so precious when I first brought her here.
I come from a world where every life is precious.
Something precious would have gone out of the world had the South lost.
And you're more precious to me than all the rest put together.
He began to ask questions, trying to buy precious minutes.
Were they so precious he could not part with them?
We all have those who are very precious to us.
He would not have to use any precious paper at all!
He held her as if she were precious to him.
You are too precious to us to have such risk.
With death so close, precious things could not be kept.
One week of her precious month was already over, though.
Precious time is going by, and something has to be done.
Until then, for a few years, he could have something precious to him.
Men tried to read, but they had precious few books.
Life was the most precious thing in the world to him.
How will you get a hold of your precious data again?
I think people need to be a little less precious about things.
To hear the precious sound of her voice saying his name.
Those weeks with him were the most precious of her life.
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