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His portfolio now includes a social media marketing company, and Luxe Brand, which creates luxury leather shoelaces (https://www.luxe-brand.com).
Aditi Khorana’s The Library of Fates is a classic example of a book that sets up a stunning premise but trips on its own shoelaces in the rush to fulfill it.
Inside, several plastic sheaths hold the belongings of migrants whose remains were found in the Sonoran desert: a toothbrush; a Mexican ID; a belt buckle; shoelaces; a braided rosary chain; eyeglasses; 60 pesos.
In his pockets, Graznka had seven cigars, four packs of pipe tobacco and nine packets of shoelaces.
The only pieces that weren't pink were her white fishnet stockings, shoelaces, and sunglasses.
Telomeres are the tips of chromosomes that protect DNA while it's being copied -- like the aglet at the end of a shoelace that prevents it from fraying.
There’s nothing more fascinating than watching a guy trying to untie a knot from his shoelace.
She had been stabbed to death and sexually assaulted, and there was a shoelace tied around her neck.
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