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  • n  a small amount of residue

  • IS Hillary still available? She, at least, knows where all the DNC dreg dog bones are buried.
  • Frequently he is ushered into a room that seems to have been bombed: the bed unmade, the bureau loaded with dreg-laden tumblers, the ash trays choked with butts.
  • Rose, a rather dreary dreg of tea, is invariably presented to the reader in a gown of crimson silk, which invariably seems to have a fetish effect upon Chad.

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