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  • r  in an attractive manner

  • First, the team that did the finding is being very careful not to use what The Washington Post reporter cutely called "the A word.
  • It's titled My new gerbil, and it shows, in fact, a black-and-white gerbil snuffling around cutely in somebody's hand.
  • TARGET The retailer is sending kids back to school with a G-rated rewrite of Sir Mix-a-Lot's raunchy rap Baby Got Back--cutely remade as "Baby Got Back .
Quotes

  • David E Kelley in Screen Weekly
    On her role in the legal series, Kelley commented, "She did such a great job. She really inhabited this character. She's crazy one minute and cutely sane the next. She did it remarkably well."
  • Robert Scheer in FOX News
    Scheer writes, "Just what exactly distinguishes the United States' use of the ever so cutely named fat man" and "little boy" atomic bombs on cities in Japan from the car bombs of Baghdad or the planes that smashed into the World Trade Center?

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