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- Most people who lose weight from only dieting develop telltale signs of this, by having a lot of loose skin, as opposed to the well-toned, firm body of someone who is eating correctly and exercising.
- Then he notes the telltale faint imprints of claws.
- That telltale pressure is one of the hallmarks of acute sinusitis.
- Again, the telltale shimmer this produced went unnoticed.
- Soon after uttering the last word, the telltale, music-ruining shatter of glass could be heard.
- Under their ponchos he spied telltale bulges that he took to be weapons.
- After a few dives, the inlet filter on my serviced regulator bore the telltale brown dust of internal tank corrosion.
- The telltale signs will always peer through at the experts who will be examining the handwriting.
- It uses a diagram of a baby to show where the telltale signs of meningitis materialise.
- His feet are swollen and his skin cracked, both telltale signs of malnutrition.
- The telltale signs are underweight children, poor academic performance, and health problems.
- While large cash transfers can occasionally tip off authorities to drug activity, terrorists leave few telltale financial signs.
- There were, though, telltale signs of things to come.
- Bark stripping is normally the telltale sign of this little rodent.
- And oil analysis reveals telltale signs of the health of a given machine and what must be done to keep it in optimum running condition.
- He didn't have a change in his bowel habits, he didn't have rectal bleeding; and so he didn't have any of the clear, telltale signs of colon cancer.
- Eat plenty of hot food, drink lots of soup and tea; hypothermia is a very real danger that can come on very quickly with few telltale signs.
- For example, an experienced ticket checker would have unconsciously learnt to look for telltale signs to correctly identify a ticketless traveller.
- There are always telltale signs and whether people want to open up their eyes to those signs is up to them.
- Indeed, there are some clear telltale signs, that suggest that this is not necessarily a one time occurrence.
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- I don't recommend this because it is a one-way process that can't be undone and nobody likes telltales.
- I guess being pirates we don't like telltales.
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