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1. Yellowing receipts had been impaled on a metal spike.
2. Macmillan commissioned her to illustrate a book by Spike Milligan.
3. Finally, the spike terminates through a combination of events.
4. Back in the corridor she ran to Spike.
5. Spike There's something wrong with the goggles though.
6. Spike couldn't rant against the Prime Mover.
7. Spike turns and walks upstairs proudly.
8. With a spike in the butt.
9. Spike finally makes it-he's bright red from running.
10. Spike There's something wrong with this yogurt.
11. Spike heads for the toilet-undoes his zip..
12. Spike closed his eye and again lost consciousness.
13. A neon spike in the window announces the bar in lieu of a sign.
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14. The murder weapon was a frozen spike and it melted in the steam room.
15. Anti-logging activists often spike trees to prevent them from being cut down.
16. Spike happens to be in the foreground of this shot.
17. Spike, still feeling in disgrace, comes in with her but lingers in the doorway.
18. The bottom line is, the latest price spike has left motorists feeling angry and political leaders looking for somebody to blame.
19. Place one cake on a serving plate, spike all over with a skewer and lace with half the kirsch.
20. Although you'd think business would have boomed during the war, there was only a small spike in interest.
21. I share the house with Jim, Ian and Sam, not forgetting Spike, the dog.
22. The dog was an ugly brute, answering to the name of Spike.
23. Her first major role was in Martin Scorsese's "Goodfellas" and she followed this with a part in Spike Lee's "Jungle Fever".
24. In the last six months, there has been a spike in unemployment.
25. From the centre of the rosette sprang a single five-inch stalk with a small spike of closed white flowers at its end.
26. But anecdotal evidence from marriage counselors and other professionals suggests that divorce rates spike when the first child leaves home.
27. Like traffic caught in rush hour, freeway construction moves glacially -- especially when well-organized locals try to spike it.
28. But in 1923, President Harding himself came here to drive the golden spike.
29. With a long broom handle, a kitchen fork fixed on its end, they spike away the loose, dry divots.
30. A roughly rectangular plate, hinged to the back of the shield, carries a sharp spike of a tail.
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