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  • r  in a very humorous manner

  • Dirty Linen, with its insert piece New-Found-Land, is probably the most killingly funny play he has written, though it is also the slenderest.
  • The idea, suggested of course by the success of Kind Hearts and Coronets, was to be killingly funny, but this time the whimsy is too flimsy.
  • She can be killingly funny as she reviews the historical garbling of England's sweeping Reform Act of 1867, which extended the voting rolls by 90%.
News & Articles

  • Killingly voters reject school budget
    Killingly residents on Tuesday split the budgetary ticket, narrowly approving a $13.5 million general government budget, but rejecting the proposed $38.6 million education budget.
    June 12, 2013 - The Norwich Bulletin
  • Revised Killingly budgets go to voters Tuesday
    Killingly voters on Tuesday will decide whether to accept amended school and town spending plans totaling $52.1 million.
    June 10, 2013 - The Norwich Bulletin
  • Killingly library book sale this weekend
    The Killingly Public Library will host its annual book sale this weekend with thousands of titles on display for sale.
    June 7, 2013 - The Norwich Bulletin

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