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  • r  in a flippant manner
    he answered the reporters' questions flippantly

  • Former Foreign Minister Taro Aso suggested, somewhat flippantly, that Japanese thank China, noting that the scare over foreign foodstuffs added value to local agricultural products.
  • To a Russian journalist's deferential request for a farewell statement, she flippantly answered: "There are no roads after Nijni Novgorod ancient commercial fair city for the .
  • The haughtier but hardly more discriminate Katherine de Vausselles flippantly ignored his lust for her when he could no longer buy pretty trinkets.
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  • It’s one ‘N’ done: Deen gets chop
    Put a fork in her. Celebrity chef Paula Deen was dumped by the Food Network yesterday — despite posting videos apologizing for her use of racial slurs. Officials at the network said they won’t renew her contract, which expires next month, after she flippantly admitted to using the N-word during...
    June 22, 2013 - New York Post

  • Daniel Anderson in Sportinglife.com
    Anderson said: "I thought we played a bit too flippantly at the start when we made a lot of half-breaks and created a lot of space. Salford got brave and we seemed to decide to have a go at coming from behind. Sometimes you need tight games although...
  • Brian Billick in Boston Globe (registration)
    We throw the term 'superstar' and 'unique' around too flippantly for my liking, but those are unique terms and he is as unique a player that has ever been in this game,said Billick. "I had him when he was just a puppy and he was great to...
  • Alex McLeish in Sportbox
    City manager Alex McLeish told the club's official website: "Quashie has looked good and he's definitely a player who will enhance our squad. He's got a good attitude and a winning attitude. You can flippantly throw that term around, but I think...

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