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  • n  the state of being grimy

  • During his years of working on the show in Los Angeles, he says, he longed for the "griminess of the stand-up world.
  • The best things in A Family Romance are incidental to its story, for Author Pollet is far more gifted at showing adolescent innocence than adult griminess.

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    Morton said he suspects Manning's interest is not that serious, noting he would have to give up the lifestyle of an academic for the "griminess of trench warfare" in politics.

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