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hourglass

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  • n  a sandglass that runs for sixty minutes

  • The hourglass-shaped Diablo radio, designed by Elise Berthier, has no switches.
  • Now the hourglass is shattered.
  • The President-elect has wisely used the cover of "one President at a time" to avoid taking a position on the deepening Gaza crisis, but there's not much sand left in the hourglass.
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  • Ted Kulongoski in The Oregonian - OregonLive.com
    The oldest part of this river crossing is 90 years old and bogs down I-5 traffic like the small hole in an hourglass,Kulongoski said.
  • Eli Yishai in Ynetnews
    The hourglass has long since run out, a red line has been crossed,said Deputy Prime Minister Eli Yishai, a staunch believer that Qassams are a result of the Israeli disengagement.
  • Jo Bonner in Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
    I'm very hopeful that we'll be successful on Tuesday ...... it's a mighty important bill,said Rep. Jo Bonner, an Alabama Republican. "Time is running out of the hourglass."

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