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hyooh muh ruhs lee

  • r  in a humorous manner
    Dickens had humorously suggested a special service of intercession at St. Paul's Cathedral

  • The Story of Stuff effectively and often humorously explains where all our stuff comes from, what resources are used to create it, whose lives are affected during its production .
  • As for those humorously named pies ("Baby Screaming its Head Off in the Middle of the Night and Ruining My Life" is another) you come to accept them as a convention this movie .
  • On BBC's Brains Trust program (Britain's sprightly Town Meeting of the Air), he had humorously conjugated an "irregular verb" as "I am firm; you are obstinate; he is a pig .
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  • Harry Connick Jr in Kansas City Star
    I just want to say, on behalf of my country, I know it was done humorously, but we've spent so much time trying to not make black people look like buffoons, that when we see something like that we take it really to heart,Connick said.
  • Matthew Parris in BBC News
    But in his latest column, Mr Parris, who was a Conservative MP from 1979 - 86, wrote: "I offended many with my Christmas attack on cyclists. It was meant humorously but so many cyclists have taken it seriously that I plainly misjudged. I am sorry."
  • Ani DiFranco in
    I like that it's got kind of a humorously antiquated vibe to it,DiFranco said in a statement, "like Storyville or Pleasantville, all the Whos down in Whoville, and that it connotes a village, which is appropriate for a facility which...

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