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skwi shee

  • s  easily squashed; resembling a sponge in having soft porous texture and compressibility

  • In the midst of soaring crime rates, squishy judges and lenient parole boards, politicians tripped over themselves to embrace capital punishment after the Supreme Court reinstated .
  • Numbers in China, as has been noted elsewhere in this blog, are squishy, too put it mildly.
  • If Washington Republicans decide that he lost because he was too squishy on immigration or too pro-regulation in his response to the economic crisis or too mavericky, they could .

  • Jack Black in Reuters
    I think of myself as kind of a bear. I'm very furry and soft and squishy and lazy, and sometimes fierce and crazy. There was little acting involved. I am Po; Po is I,said Black -- no svelte movie star, himself.
  • Michael Steele in LifeNews.com
    I was endorsed by National Right to Life. I don't think they would endorse me if I were squeamish or squishy as some have called me on this issue,Steele added, referring to the endorsement he received during his Senate campaign in 2006.
  • James A Baker III in New York Times
    Ronald Reagan was a staunch conservative,Mr. Baker said. "Nobody ever accused the Gipper of being squishy."

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