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  • s  somewhat large

  • The irony of it is that Goldwater's following, which must have a largish proportion of people who regard Jews as foreigners and perhaps even as Communists, are quite ready to .
  • Logic peeling aside, a Muppet is (most of the time but not always) a largish arm puppet, whose body contains the arm and whose head surrounds the hand of its operator.
  • Under the venerable Ernest Ansermet, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande sounds intimate and flexible, less a precision instrument than a largish chamber group.

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