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  • r  to an exceptional degree
    it worked exceptionally well

  • And while all this fuss about his potentially improper involvement in pardon-seeking has Hugh blinking like a none-too-swift deer caught in exceptionally bright headlights, this 50 .
  • He was just a genuinely nice person who was exceptionally bright, exceptionally bright, and driven and talented.
  • A self-described "exceptionally average attorney," he left law to become a Web entrepreneurjust in time to have the Internet bubble burst in his face.
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  • For Sale: 1962 Chevrolet Corvette
    Charlotte NC June 15, 2014; RK Motors so far this year has featured quite a few second generation Corvettes and while those cars are exceptionally cool, they just can’t match the style and class of 50s era fiberglass.
    June 14, 2013 - The Auto Channel
  • Scott Leap sunglasses - in brief review
    Scott’s Leap sunglasses are their best sports model to date, bearing an uncanny resemblance to the Oakley Radars – which is no bad thing in our view.  The fit is exceptionally good, with the twin-radius curved arms giving a perfect three-point fit while the soft rubber nosepiece means there’s no bounce at all no matter how rough the ride gets. Helmet strap compatibility is spot on too.  The lens ...
    June 14, 2013 - BikeRadar
  • The week in review: June 10-14
    The Court has transitioned to its end-of-Term schedule, releasing opinions on two action-packed days this week. We have seven opinions and one certiorari grant. That means there are just nineteen opinions to go before we put this Term to bed – and several of them raise exceptionally high-profile and contentious issues, including affirmative action, Section [...]
    June 14, 2013 - SCOTUSblog

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