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I hold that he led a merrier life than the other two.
I lead a merrier life than you, with all your cleverness.
They are only five more hands come to help us --never mind from where --the more the merrier.
Not so, Mopo," answered the king, "this is but the beginning; our mourning was merry to-day, it shall be merrier to-morrow.
Cameras, the more the merrier, are all the rage, with some phone models boasting four to five built-in cameras.
16, the Wheeling Police Department partnered with Walmart to provide a merrier Christmas for 25 families.
With Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan and many more celebrities having their own labels and clothing line, when asked about the big rush to enter the fashion industry, Anushka said it was the more, the merrier.
Moor the merrier QUALIFIERS from the first week of action in the Crosland Moor 64 were Jack Hill (Barnsley) and Aaron Harrison (Colne), who beat Josh Mordue (Pudsey BC) 21-13 and Paul Ingleby (Lower Hopton) 21-9.
As long as we keep bringing in the right type of people to help us on our way, the more the merrier.
Sara Street "You definitely don't need to be a good dancer, nor a big Bollywood fan to join in - the more, the merrier so we can get a record-breaking turnout.
The comic sings along to Frank Sinatra's seasonal favourite Let It Snow with the star on his Christmas special tomorrow at 9pm on BBC One - and he couldn't be merrier.
MOORE THE MERRIER From left, Emma Harding, Rumer Willis, Bruce Willis, Tallulah Belle Willis, Demi Moore and Scout LaRue Willis pose backstage MOORE THE MERRIER From left, Emma Harding, Rumer Willis, Bruce Willis, Tallulah Belle Willis, Demi Moore and Scout LaRue Willis pose backstage