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  • r  in an unenthusiastically lukewarm manner

  • The best it could do was pass an amendment to the immigration bill tepidly declaring English the "national language.
  • No one was willing to buy what Blagojevich was tepidly selling.
  • The budding romance between Dan and Laurie is tepidly drawn and wanly performed; those who've seen 300 know that Snyder is in no way an actor's director.
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  • Manuel Zelaya in Washington Post
    The United States has acted tepidly, it has to be said, and we don't know what is going to happen,Zelaya said. "President Obama is coming to Mexico in a couple of days, and he will have a talk with President Felipe Calderón, who has given...

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