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  • r  in a messy, untidy manner
    Rossi spat very deliberately, and very messily, upon Durieux's party card

  • Automation should eliminate many of the errors that occur when pharmacists misunderstand or misrecord medication names or dosages conveyed messily on paper or hurriedly by phone.
  • Call it, rather, a wholesome and intelligent enmitythe sort that impels even such a prosperous, messily tolerant organism as America to act.
  • It's like they used to go out, then broke up messily, then somebody forgot and invited them both to the same party.

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