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All the designers created virtual fishbowls, building in two or more glass walls and even, in two cases, having one glass wall fold or slide open to create shared space.
Designs to Make You Work Harder Sue Shellenbarger 2011
No thought is given to the idea that the gifted and creative among us are sensitive artists living their whole lives in fishbowls and under public scrutiny.
They come in handy, such as when she's out to lunch and drops her card into fishbowls of business cards in an effort to win a free sandwich.
Business cards thrive in a digital age Michael S. Rosenwald 2010
One place to find leads was the fishbowls at the front of restaurants, where businessmen and women would drop their cards hoping to win the free lunch or dinner.
HAVE YOU SEEN MY COUNTRY LATELY? JERRY DOYLE 2010
What will happen in a city full of these fishbowls?
Tomorrow will not be a runway day, but rather a fashion expo in which all of the models stand around while regular folks that Lifetime lures in off the street throw buttons in fishbowls to vote for their favorites.
Medical supplies, and strange almost fishbowls filled with fluid of some kind.
Into the Rising Sun Patrick K. O’Donnell 2002
Pals in Atlanta sip Gator Bites: fishbowls of lemonade, vodka and blue Curacao.
Fishbowls and Scissors The church keeps fishbowls and scissors up near the stage for anyone inspired to cut up the credit cards on the spot.
Hi, My Name Is Fred, 2008
Fish may not be contained in fishbowls while on a public bus.
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