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f li puhnt

  • s  showing inappropriate levity

  • The physicians who scored low on the test the poor communicators, who were, say, condescending, judgmental or flippant in their behavior had generated a disproportionate .
  • To this inconsequential libretto, Menotti added a fluffy, flippant, craftsmanlike score, bristling with tart melodies and limpid orchestration.
  • AGE: 52 OCCUPATION: CEO of Microsoft since 2000 NUMBER OF PTI COVERS: 0 PREVIOUS APPEARANCES ON THE PTI 100: 0 PRO: Despite what those flippant "I'm a MacPC" ads would .
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  • Ex-NFL star Chad Johnson being released from jail
    Johnson, a flamboyant wide receiver formerly known as Chad Ochocinco, said in court that he'd had time to think about why his flippant attitude was wrong – especially in a domestic violence case.
    June 17, 2013 - Kennebec Journal

  • Richard Dearlove in BBC News
    Sir Richard replied: "I do not want to be flippant, I'm tempted to say I'm flattered, but this is such an absurd allegation that it is difficult to deal with. It's completely off the map. I cannot think of any other way of saying it."
  • Billy Slater in Sydney Morning Herald
    I accept that in the heat of the moment on Saturday night, I overstepped the mark with a flippant comment I directed at Cory Paterson,Slater said in the statement. "What was said was insensitive given what Cory has been through over the...
  • Joe Paterno in SI.com
    I ought to call Bobby and see when he's going to roll over,Paterno said. "I'm kidding. I don't mean to be flippant, because I think that's a serious question, but I haven't got the slightest idea what you're talking about."

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