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He started to take a bite of his sandwich and then stopped.
Some days, modern life itself seems to take a bite out of happiness.
Sofia watched her take a bite of a muffin, at once longing and agitated.
Charles was coiled, as if ready to take a bite out of her.
Their selection is huge, and while like Horchow they might take a bite out of your budget, you'll find quality accents that you won't see anywhere else.