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For each grasp, they shifted either the object or grabber just a tad.
It takes us out of ourselves, just for a bit, and returns us with—hopefully—a tad more perspective and peace.
It may be an impossible job but a good biopic — especially at this luxurious length — should leave you with a tad more insight.New Aretha bioseries dramatizes singer’s turbulent life|Joey DiGuglielmo|March 19, 2021|Washington Blade
Although the experimental sauce didn’t go down particularly well with Venezuelan customers, some of whom told Araujo it was a tad too sweet, it was an instant hit among most other diners like myself.Why Caracas Arepa Bar’s House Salsa Is a Condiment All-Star|Tanay Warerkar|January 29, 2021|Eater
Joe Sutter is 93 now, silver-haired and moving a tad more slowly than he would like, but still pugnacious and sharp of tongue.
Onscreen, Teller is a bit like a young Vince Vaughn—gregarious, charming, and a tad suspicious.Miles Teller’s Movie Star Moment: From the Brink of Death to ‘Whiplash’|Marlow Stern|October 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Even so, I feel a tad guilty to be depriving him of the opportunity.Method Man Talks Wu-Tang Clan Reunion, Fake Rappers, and the Suge Knight Shooting|Marlow Stern|September 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
When a 16-year-old takes on that wide-eyed, touched-for-the-very-first-time role, it all comes off as a tad more…juvenile.Why 'The Giver' Movie Will Disappoint the Book's Fans|Kevin Fallon|August 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Because we know she was once a tad more regular, and she feels like an old friend, and we watched her become who she is today.Face It—We Rubes Will Never Live Like Gwyneth and Jennifer Aniston|Rachel Bertsche|July 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This reasoning displeased the dwarfs, and one of them named Tad denounced it with much indignation.Honey-Bee|Anatole France
Me and his daddy was--was together when he died; and you used to sit on Wash's knee when you was a little tad.The Shepherd of the Hills|Harold Bell Wright
He looked down the stairs and saw Tom and Tad Sobber near a landing, having a wordy quarrel.
More than this, he had caught Tad Sobber in a falsehood only the day before.
As they looked into the place they saw Tad Sobber reach over the counter and catch the girl clerk by her curls.