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tee dee uhs lee

  • r  in a tedious manner
    he plodded tediously forward

  • Of all the conflicts in the world, the one that seems the most tediously and hopelessly endless is the Arab-Israeli dispute, which has been going on in much the same way, it seems .
  • Besides hyping the series, the stars tediously promoted their upcoming filmsall, by an odd coincidence, Paramount releases.
  • Yes, a White House aide can say (as they tediously do on "The West Wing"), "I serve at the pleasure of the President," but that aide ultimately serves the people who pay his salary .
News & Articles

  • Arsenal Transfers: Why Illarramendi Would Be a Great Summer Buy for Gunners
    Arsenal 's move for striker Gonzalo Higuain may be tediously protracted, but even as it languishes in quasi-official purgatory, according to Dominic Fifield of the Guardian , it encourages supporters to believe this summer will bring the kind of transformative transfer spending many have long craved.   Who should Arsenal close in on next? They have been linked with Schalke's Greek defender ...
    June 26, 2013 - Bleacher Report
Quotes

  • David Balfe in guardian.co.uk
    David Balfe, Blur's old boss at Food Records, said yesterday: "Damon has proved himself to be an alternative-rock-pop master. Put him back with Graham, Alex and Dave, and I confidently and happily expect great things once again. In these tediously...
  • Doug Reycraft in London Free Press
    Reycraft said some private-sector businesses have worked to provide broadband services but "it's been tediously slow" because it's so costly.
  • Zadie Smith in guardian.co.uk
    Cambridge was a joy,says Smith now. "Tediously. People reading books in a posh place. It was my fantasy. I loved it. I miss it still."

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