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  • r  in a stolid manner
    he said `no' stolidly

  • Only a few weeks ago, East Germany seemed one of the most stolidly Stalinist of all Moscow's allies and the one least likely to undergo swift, dramatic change.
  • So it is with Sleepwalking, stolidly directed by William Maher from a script by Zac Standford and most significantly co-produced by Charlize Theron (who won her Academy Award .
  • Though not his first choice, the stolidly middle-class Deborah seems a good "helpmate.
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  • The bell may be tolling for the suspended Bynum
    Cleveland coach Mike Brown, perched stolidly on his morning talking point, referred to the phrase "indefinite suspension" on three occasions when asked about how long the booted Andrew Bynum will be gone. The short term benefit for the Celtics was that the Cavs center started serving his penalty today. That said, Celtics coach Brad Stevens noted that the Cavs, with Anderson Verajao in the paint ...
    Dec. 28, 2013 - Boston Herald
Quotes

  • Edward Walker in Seattle Times
    Walker said he doubted that Mubarak had been informed of the details of the US deal with Sharon during his visit on Monday, "because he wouldn't have stood stolidly like that" next to Bush in Crawford in apparent support of what he understood to...

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