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I get uber out of Old Vic & driver says as a woman I shouldn't be alone at night & I am disgustingly dressed.
I AM beginning to almost dread visiting our local supermarket, in trepidation of seeing disgustingly overweight people with shopping trolleys piled up with junk, and often with overweight children in tow.
As something thickens (whether or not that might be the plot is always disgustingly debatable in a Hashbrown story), Hashbrown and Mashimoto and eccentric friends find a reason to team up and struggle to solve a bigger problem that threatens Pordunce Elementary which, by the way, is a far cry from your typical elementary school.
Yet disgustingly, when this appalling matter was finally uncovered, a serious case review was only launched by the local authority when the victim's mother took legal action.
The ex-presidential aide, Tapper wrote, is a "betrayer (who) comes across as shallow, deluded, naive, appallingly star struck and disgustingly ambitious.
WhatCOs with denying charges and only admitting to the consumption of alcohol ; Has alcohol become a way to justify peopleCOs actions that may clash with a countryCOs morals ; ThatCOs disgustingly arrogant.
In "The Secret Hangman", Diamond is hot on the trail of a serial killer, who disgustingly hangs his victims in gore-ridden fashion.
Very occasionally you see a real star turn out - I remember it was a pleasure watching Gianfranco Zola prove he had lost none of his magic at an event last year - but basically the tournament just goes to show how disgustingly overused the word 'legend' has become.
The L&L success ["Start Spreading the News" July 2004] is amazing to me in that people will continue to patronize restaurants that are disgustingly dirty.
Working at a theme park (sun, crazy rides and disgustingly bad-for-you food)
I cannot believe that you put in the paper that disgustingly vicious cartoon of Patrick O'Connor's showing smoke from the World Trade Center as an ad for the president.
With added 'narration' from Colonel Ken (imagine Oliver Reed if he had been an expat worker) really lowering the tone to disgustingly funny levels at the start of each chapter, you can`t help but keep reading until you have finished the entire thing.