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He launched a clearance from the halfway line and saw the bounce of the ball bemuse the Darlo goalkeeper - clearing him and landing in the net.
Lots of sorts of behaviour bemuse me to be honest (for example, I've got a pair of flatmates who happily spend half hour each Monday night discussing the different flavours of soup they could eat during the week), but the behaviour pattern of getting all excited because a man who has the same type of passport as you is progressing in a tennis tournament really does get me looking quizzically skywards for answers.
95 Hardcover E887 The authors (the president and the director of media analysis for the right-wing media watchdog organization Media Research Center) issue a simultaneous attack on two of the American right's standard bete noires, Senator Hillary Clinton and the so-called "liberal media," which may bemuse those on the left that view both as essentially conservative institutions.
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