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  • r  in a euphemistic manner
    his violent death was euphemistically referred to as a passing away

  • But in what is euphemistically called the developing world, millions still die from it every year, and only 300,000 were being treated as of 2003.
  • Until now, Clinton's campaign has been relatively restrained in what political pros euphemistically call "contrast" in large part, because Iowans have a history of rejecting .
  • For $167 a month, Lau gets the top bunk in what the government euphemistically calls a "bed space," or cubicle dwelling a tiny rectangular area, partitioned by thin wooden .
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  • Google Reader Is Dead
    As announced in March to the exaggerated dismay of a vocal, select few , Google's RSS reader will euphemistically "retire" today, going the way of Google Buzz and Google Wave. "While the product has a loyal following," the company explained, "over the years usage has declined."
    July 1, 2013 - New York Magazine

  • Martin Sorrell in The Guardian
    We've done what are euphemistically called hostile situations,Sorrell says. "It is very interesting. Was it Jimmy Goldsmith [the late financier] who said there is no such thing as a hostile takeover? There isn't really. It is hostile to...
  • Leo W Gerard in Pittsburgh Post Gazette
    Despite the rhetoric, the reality is this proposal passes billions of dollars of higher health care costs on to American families and individuals through higher taxes, euphemistically called 'fees,' on insurers, labs and medical device... Pat Roberts Kansas City Star Oct 1, 2009 34412 44063 euphemistically The G-20, and prior to that the G-8, whatever the G was, bought into what was euphemistically called the Washington consensus of deregulation, laissez-faire economics and I think that was the foundation of the economic collapse," Mr. Gerard...

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