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fuh see shuhs lee

  • r  not seriously
    I meant it facetiously

  • On opening day of the season (the Louisiana State-Georgia game), Duke strikes out into the jumble of vans and says facetiously, "We might even meet some opposition out here!".
  • Stone and Atwater's offices are right across the hall from each other, prompting one congressional aide to ask facetiously, "Why have primaries for the nomination?.
  • Charles Laughton, not altogether facetiously, suggested that Jean Harlow would make an ideal Carroll heroine.
News & Articles

  • No Doctor Who For Peter Jackson
    Teaser It was reported some time ago that Peter Jackson facetiously offered to direct an episode of Doctor Who. Jackson, an A-list filmmaker who can command tens of millions of dollars to direct a feature, claimed all he wanted to helm a Doctor Who episode was a Tardis, which is a hell of a bargain if you ask us. read more        
    Aug. 26, 2013 - TG Daily

  • Andy Haden in Sydney Morning Herald
    I'm aware that they have people in the franchise who have discussed this selection method, not including Polynesians, particularly across the academy,Haden told Newstalk ZB. "Whilst somewhat facetiously I said it was in writing and...
  • Heidi Heitkamp in Dickinson Press
    This is something that saves lives,Heitkamp said of tobacco prevention. "I kind of facetiously say, 'How many people died because you didn't have a water project?'"
  • Kevin Bacon in Contactmusic.com
    Bacon says, "Of course I'd like more recognition. And of course I'd rather have an Oscar than not. Year after year I've seen this season come and go - this club of which I am not a member. I facetiously call it the bitter season, and there have been...

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