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  • r  in a bewildering and confusing manner

  • Lance Armstrong in Washington Post
    The pet collars "are confusingly similar to, and are likely to cause confusion, mistake or deception" about their origin or affiliation with the Lance Armstrong Foundation, according to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in US District Court.
  • Tim Pawlenty in KARE
    This amendment isn't perfect,Gov. Tim Pawlenty said. "It's confusingly written, but it's a good step forward for Minnesota."
  • Russell Brand in MTV UK
    And summing up the recent scandals Brand said of Miley Cyrus: "She is confusingly attractive, and to people under the age of eighteen, she is probably the biggest star in the world. She is the Madonna of tweenies."

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