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fuh na ti kuh lee

  • r  in a passionately fanatic manner
    he followed the teachings of his guru fanatically

  • Apple has more than $4 billion in the bankenough to wait out the recessioncomparatively little debt and millions of fanatically loyal users who will give up their Macs only .
  • The prospect of Serbian domination under the intolerant Milosevic helped speed the secession of Slovenia and Croatia, whose own fanatically nationalist leader fueled fears among .
  • Perhaps the most dreadful baby-boom political legacy has been the overconsulted, fanatically tactical, poll-driven campaign and Clinton has suffered whenever she has emphasized .
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    For a show whose title looks to give away all its secrets, Legally Blonde: The Musical, the 2007 Broadway hit, packs in a lot of surprises. True, it is fanatically loyal to the plot of the 2001 fluffier-than-air Reese Witherspoon film comedy, Legally Blonde, on which it is based.
    July 3, 2013 - Syracuse New Times

  • Theo Walcott in ESPN
    Afghanistan and Iraq are connected in that the people that we are fighting are not only fanatically anti-American, they are fanatically opposed to countries that are open to other human beings that that support the education and fair treatment of... Brendan Nelson Melbourne Herald Sun,21985,21267675-5005961,00.html&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNE496uZ25hrRJ77xXlWZn41QVTTHQ Feb 21, 2007 36257 47020 fanatically It's been very frustrating for me not to get to start as many games as I want, but the team did fanatically well to come back tonight, not just myself. We showed some fantastic character. We were very disappointed in the two goals, we want to keep...
  • Jeremy Bulloch in
    I tend to collect Boba Fett stuff -- not fanatically, but I do collect the odd figure,Bulloch said.

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