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Bush, US unemployment sits at 9 percent, foreclosures on home mortgages are rampant and the nation is in one of the sourest moods in recent history.
One thus might be forgiven for thinking that Schelling's Nobel Prize in economics was actually in home economics--that is, for devising a recipe for turning the sourest of all lemons into lemonade.
Sense and Sensibility is the most satiric of Austen's novels, the one that presents the sourest view of human nature in general and of human speech in particular.
The sourest of sour dudes were offering me deeds to summer houses they don't even own yet, and good vibes were raining from the sky every time someone took a sip.
Netanyahu, in power since March at the head of a right-wing coalition sceptical of Palestinian intentions, is weathering the sourest spell in Israeli-U.
Netanyahu, in power since March at the head of a right-wing coalition skeptical of Palestinian intentions, is weathering the sourest spell in Israeli-U.
They were Greek incendiary devices, the sourest, foulest olives ever harvested - and I've been suspicious ever since.
Last year ended on the sourest of notes for Worcester Warriors following the discovery that they will be without influential centre Sam Tuitupou for the remainder of the season.
And most boys also gave top marks to the sourest samples.
This means that you can be in the sourest of moods, catch a fleeting whiff of fresh cut grass as you drive pasta soccer field, and suddenly you are eight years old again, unabashedly squealing and soaking wet in your front yard.
On the up change the boom from the twin turbo-chargers' waste gates will bring a childish grin to the sourest of faces.
Their public courting of Johnson must surely have left the sourest of tastes.