in(to) shape

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in(to) shape

In good, robust health; strong or fit. Boy, I really need to get into shape. Ten years working behind a desk have given me quite a belly! Wow, Jim is really in shape lately.
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References in classic literature ?
Then, whistling happily as he worked, he carefully jointed the limbs and fastened them to the body with pegs whittled into shape with his knife.
Drop a tablespoonful pineapple filling in center and fold dough over into shape of a turnover.
Hydrogel structures don't rely on solder to fold into shape.
This, the fourth lesson in this series, uses actual texture as a source for rubbings, which are cut into shapes and arranged to form a T, thereby creating a letter made up of several different textured transfers.
Nourison, Karastan Rug & Home, Kalaty and Tinnin Oriental are some of the companies that are expanding their shape offerings or getting into shapes for the first time.
Beads are molded over inserts of plastic and metal, used as coatings on large industrial parts like tanks, and formed into shapes that are coated with other plastics.