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pri dik tuhb lee

  • r  in a predictable manner or to a predictable degree
    predictably, he did not like the news

  • Up to a point the love affair proceeds predictably even including their breakup (he has, as you might expect, a commitment issue).
  • As supervisor, Milk sponsored only two laws predictably, one barring anti-gay discrimination, and, less so, a law forcing dog owners to clean pets' messes from sidewalks.
  • The result, predictably, is chaotic congestion.
News & Articles

  • Ad Nauseum: Petty Talent Agency Plastering Rival-Baiting Ads All Over Town
    The world's two biggest asshole fiefdoms (top agencies WME and CAA) are taking their war against each other public and, predictably, the biggest casualty is normal adult behavior. " clutch of WME heavyweights including co-CEOs Ari Emanuel and Patrick...
    June 13, 2013 - Curbed LA
  • Tough Crowd: Even Stormfront Hates Woman Who Posted Video Of Racist Dunkin Donuts Rant
    Taylor Chapman , the 27 year-old Florida PR professional who posted an unhinged rant , in which she refers to a Dunkin Donuts employee as a “complete c*nt-sand-nigging whore,” is really not feeling the love. While her self-inflicted antics have predictably made her an object of revulsion to most people, you would think that the racist denizens of leading White Power forum Stormfront would show ...
    June 12, 2013 - Mediaite
  • Breaking News
    HARRISONBURG — Voter turnout in today’s primary is predictably low in Harrisonburg and Rockingham County.
    June 11, 2013 - The Harrisonburg Daily News-Record

  • Eliezer Yudkowsky in Washington Post
    Technology is heading here. It will predictably get to the point of making artificial intelligence,Yudkowsky said. "The mere fact that you cannot predict exactly when it will happen down to the day is no excuse for closing your eyes and...
  • Martha Coakley in The Boston - Bay State Banner
    Morgan discovered that New Century was making loans that we allege were designed to fail,Coakley said. "They started with low teaser rates but then they kicked to higher interest rates that borrowers predictably could not afford."
  • Lance Armstrong in Independent Online
    Predictably, on the eve of the Tour de France, I will be the subject of a repeated, baseless attack in yet another unobjective book,Armstrong said in a statement. "Trying to jump on the bandwagon of current publicity surrounding cycling,...

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