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Unleashing the monstrous RubberDuckZilla on an unsuspecting faux-Tokyo, Oasis's disaster spoof drinks deep from the wellspring of Japanese stereotypes as saucily uniformed schoolgirls and a stern authority figure square off over said students' disdain for H20.
But that was that and, disappointingly, we returned to saucily sidling past each other in the hospital corridors.
Gracie waddles saucily through the enchanted floral wonderland of Halifax, Nova Scotia's Public Gardens.
71), and in the play's final act a bully rogue saucily asks Snarl, "Sir, do you very much delight in birch?
But if you want svelte beauties leaning saucily upon equally racy, modified honeys, Hot Import Nights is more what you're looking for.
Smith and Walters provide much of the comic relief, the latter quipping saucily to her husband, "I've shared your bed for 23 years and perfection is something I've not encountered.
Do not saucily ask, repeating Sterne's question, 'Maria, is it still so warm
Powell's poems ask to be read saucily, and not with a cold, grandiose eye that nips ideas in the bud.
19) A notable example occurs at the beginning of the play, when Gloucester introduces his bastard son Edmund to Kent with words that say more than he notices: "Though this knave came something saucily into the world before he was sent for, yet was his mother fair, there was good sport at his making, and the whoreson must be acknowledged.
Maybe it's the crushed graham crackers saucily edging the rim of the glass; maybe the tartness of a perfect Florida key lime.
It had started before; he had laughed and applauded when, at the age of about 7, I tapped my finger against my nose and declared saucily, "she knows.