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Coast Guard family still worried as Trump announces temporary fix, reopens government

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Ricardo Rossello told Fox News. Read: The Christmas shopping season looks particularly strong, for one thing, and consumer confidence is still quite high. —Thomas Killigrew Still as a chimney. Mother Theresa was a kind as Jesus himself. —Geoffrey Chaucer Sat stille, as if he were in a traunce. Hushed implies the suppression of sound or noise: a hushed whisper.

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Motionless Similes. Frank J. Wilstach, comp. 1916. A Dictionary of Similes

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And he feared that the next hurricane could break it all apart again. —Dante Gabriel Rossetti Still as the gleam of a star through the dark. Stocks opened higher, but turned lower soon afterward. Also read: What they are saying? A simile is a describing technique by comparing one thing with another using like or as, for example: The prince … ss is as pretty as a rose. The puddle seemed as big as the ocean. All quotes are in local exchange time. —Anonymous Motionless as a monument.

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Chicago PMI shows region’s economy remains hot as 2018 winds down

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He waved his blue ribbon looking as proud as a peacock. —Lewis Morris As still As snowflakes fall upon the sod. When she gets embarrassed, her face turns as red as a clown's nose. Dorr Still like a clock worn out with eating time, The wheels of weary life at last stood still. —Edward Bulwer-Lytton Still as a statue. Prices have been quite volatile in the past few days.

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—Pedro Pineda Spanish Dictionary Still as the hour of death. —Victor Hugo Still as a rock set in the watery deep. Detectives are currently working to gather video, identify potential witnesses and establish an investigative timeline. —Abraham Cowley Still as if struck with death. Yields have tumbled from a seven-year high of almost 3. —Anonymous Still as the stump of a tree.

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—John Dryden Still as a graveyard. —Charles Kingsley Motionless as a spectre. Example: Boy, am I burned up!. Smollett was reportedly walking down the street when two men started yelling racial and homophobic slurs at him, before repeatedly hitting him and allegedly putting a noose around his neck. Like a newly hatched chick, the infant stared at her proud parents. —Appius and Virginia Great thoughts are still as stars. Rebuilding things exactly as they were sets up for a repeat.

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Venezuela crisis: Guaido still willing to consider amnesty for Maduro, military

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Willis Still As the mute swan that floats adown the stream. A year later, Puerto Rico is still in shambles. We must say that to fix it. Buchanan Read Still, as one who broods or grieves. Blackmore Still as a mouse.


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Venezuela crisis: Guaido still willing to consider amnesty for Maduro, military

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Schneider said the last 35 days have been stressful for the families of all federal employees, but she never expected a shutdown would impact the paycheck of her husband, who's on active duty. A metaphor is the expression of an understanding of one concept in terms of another concept, where there is some similarity or correlation between … the two. Although her family has not been suffering financially, she said many Coast Guard families are. Sutherland Still as fair shapes fixed on some wondrous wall Of minster-aisle or cloister-close or hall To take even time’s eye prisoner with delight. She screamed louder than … a siren on a police car.


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Some things to advocate today: 1. Motionless Motionless as a corpse. He looked as tired as a marathon runner after a race. —Jean Ingelow Postured motionless, Like natural sculpture in cathedral cavern. But ordinary Americans seem less anxious. —William Sharp Still as a brooding dove.

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Chicago PMI shows region’s economy remains hot as 2018 winds down

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A simile is a figure of speech involving the comparison of one thing with another of a different kind, a … s a description using the words like or as. —Alexandre Dumas, père Motionless as a king’s mummy in a catacomb. Example: Hot as the sun. Instead, the show is one of multiple programs filmed in Chicago -- including Proven Innocent -- that have stopped production due to extreme weather conditions. —Geoffrey Chaucer As stille as the dede were. —Bliss Carman Stille as any stoone.

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Chicago PMI shows region’s economy remains hot as 2018 winds down

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—José Selgas Motionless, As a stone above a grave. Still, quiet, hushed, noiseless, silent indicate the absence of noise and of excitement or activity accompanied by sound. She was tall like a giraffe. A simile is used when two or more unlike objects are compared to each other most often using the words 'like' or 'as'. The victim is fully cooperating with investigators and we ask anyone with information about this incident to contact Area Central Detectives at 312-747-8382 or report it anonymously to. A simile is when you compare the characteristics of two things by using like or as. Real-time last sale data for U.


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