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Most natural interactions between an object and its surrounding medium favor the creation of rounded objects, Loeb said, like pebbles on a lakeshore made smooth by lapping water.
The iPhone 7’s glossy black finish gives it a contiguous surface, like a pebble smoothed by the ocean.
The senator, who seems to relish being a pebble in President Trump’s shoe, is retiring when his term expires in 2018, has previously been adamant in not voting for any tax plan that increased the deficit.
Over the past few years, the Rams’ role at this point of the season has been one of a potential spoiler; a pebble in the Seahawks’ shoe.
The room is set up like a tiny beach, with pink Himalayan salt the size of small pebbles piled like sand on the floor and bricks of salt lining the walls.
The pebble in the pond that will upset the flat waters of the fragile status quo is Violeta’s cruel eviction by her landlord.
Other scans show partial remains or two mummies in a single case; one cat mummy contains only sand and pebbles.
Black Sand Beach, Waiʻanapanapa State Park, Maui Wai’anapanapa’s black shore is actually made of small pebbles, and the waters attract jellyfish and Portuguese man o war, so swim at your own risk. 12.
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