oversized

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  • The change allowed him to go from being considered small to becoming an oversized safety.
  • Most, if not all, versions were offered in either mid-size or oversized head.
  • He opened a studio and produced oversized metal yard art.
  • One boy has an oversized hand on the other's shoulder.
  • The railway station is oversized for the town's own needs.
  • It has long legs, strong feet, and an oversized dark bill.
  • Its head is often oversized compared to its body.
  • Five cards were drawn from the top of the oversized deck to start the round.
  • These comic books were produced in an oversized format at first, but have been reduced to normal size.
  • With huge oversized eyes, he can see perfectly in the dark but is almost completely blind during the day.
  • The oversized features included multiple eyes, animals coming out of body parts, and extra breasts.
  • Sometimes they can be removed completely by the driver in order to carry oversized loads.
  • Shaun was back at their starting location playing a memory game with oversized cards.
  • It is no longer a requirement for an artist to need a large recording studio that houses oversized equipment.
  • The characters also have anime-inspired designs with oversized heads and large eyes.
  • Characters have a tiny body and an oversized head which makes them look funny.
  • This side event requires cyclists to transport oversized objects from one point to another.
  • The set, consisting of an oversized junk yard, remains the same throughout the show without any scene changes.
  • Most of the aliens in this story are oversized human body parts.
  • Individual elements were oversized to appear substantial as if under heavy loads.
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