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  • r  in a crooked lopsided manner
    he smiled lopsidedly

  • Within a day of Clinton's endorsement, both houses of Congress voted lopsidedly to approve the legislation, which will affect nearly 13 million people on welfare and more than 25 .
  • He slouched in his chair, grinned lopsidedly, chain-smoked cigarets, wisecracked a bit, once leaped like an uncoiled spring to exclaim: "The sun is out!".
  • At Stanford the contest between "techies" and "fuzzies" has been lopsidedly dominated by the former.

  • Leslie Gelb in Scoop.co.nz
    Writing of Mearsheimer-Walt book, reviewer Leslie Gelb, president emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, says its authors contend "the lobby has made US policy so lopsidedly pro-Israel that if fuels Muslim terrorism against the US, fosters...
  • William Weld in Boston Globe (registration)
    Weld said, "I think the Healey-Hillman ticket is a superb ticket, and I think it's just what Massachusetts needs at this time, particularly in the context of two legislative bodies so lopsidedly cantilevered for the other side of the political...

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