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b ray zuhn lee

  • r  in a brazen manner
    he spoke brazenly

  • For the last two years, the self-described leftist Dieudonn had outdone even Le Pen in Jew-baiting, delivering a series of brazenly anti-Semitic remarks, belittling the .
  • The looters are still working too, brazenly taking their haul in daylight.
  • Reporters have brazenly called ailing Trinity members at hospices.
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  • 'Corporate Pirates': How 'Fix the Debt' CEOs Plan to Make Billions in Offshore Havens
    (Image via Institute for Policy Studies) Members of Fix the Debt , the coalition of CEOs who promote fear-mongering over the national debt as a guise for cutting social support programs, are "brazenly" pursuing new legislation to widen tax haven loopholes which, according to a new report, will earn them billions. read more
    June 12, 2013 - CommonDreams.org
  • For $5,000, Because Racecar
    Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Jetta is set up for street and track, and is claimed to done double duty in both SCCA Time Trials and as a daily driver. That makes it a great car to let you run what’cha brung , but is it price equally accommodating? Yesterday we went full American. More brazenly so than the Waffle House. More so than even Honey Boo Boo or those wonderful beardos of Duck Dynasty ...
    June 11, 2013 - Jalopnik
  • Review: 'The Internship' amuses
    In the rude, antic, and brazenly funny "Wedding Crashers" (2005), Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn played overgrown arrested-development cases who won us over from their very first whopping lie onward. At the time, the two actors were already in their mid-30s, but they were still able to mount a bad-boy generational assault against all things civil and decent. "The Internship" reunites Wilson, with ...
    June 7, 2013 - CNN

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