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Sophie, can you help me fold the laundry when it's dry?Before you fold the omelet, add some cheese and the fried mushroomsWe had a Japanese student who visited us, and showed us how to fold animal shapes out of paper.

Sophie, can you help me fold the laundry when it's dry?

Before you fold the omelet, add some cheese and the fried mushrooms.

He has a really cool folding bicycle that he can carry like a suitcase when he's not using it.

I pinched my finger in the folding chair when I was putting it away.

She folded her arms across her chest, and glared at her husband.

Their business was doing badly for a few months, and finally it folded.

I can't make nice straight folds when I'm doing origami, so my things always turn out wrong.

Max Ehrmann once wrote, You are a child of the universe, no less than the moon and the stars; you have a right to be here. And whether or not it is clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.

I've been told that no piece of paper can be folded more than 7 times.

The lungs of an average adult, unfolded and flattened out, would cover an area the size of a tennis court.

Samurai swords are produced by repeatedly heating, folding and pounding steel into a multi-layered blade.

Our book club folded after a few months because not enough people showed up for the meetings.

In Portugal, at the end of a meal, you should fold your napkin and place it beside your plate before leaving the dinner table.

Find someone who knows how to fold origami shapes.

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