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All the anguish and psychosis and infidelity and self-indulgence in a two-minute clip can be, to put it mildly, pretty wearying.
These are, to put it mildly, curious claims for perhaps the most divisive politician in recent decades, one whose basic response to any and all perceived adversaries was to attack their moral standing and integrity (just ask Billy Dale, the slandered former head of the White House Travel Office).
Passaic is, to put it mildly, an unprepossessing burg, a transit corridor between Smithson's two childhood homes, Rutherford and Clifton.
He describes his own trajectory as "from college to professional killer, and then to benign professor") And although that was, to put it mildly, wrenching for those lucky enough to survive, there was a moral payoff: The professional killer forever after counseled the college professor.
His initial impressions were overwhelmingly negative, to put it mildly.
It must take a certain quiet courage for this seemingly mild-mannered public figure to risk the kind of vilification he could face if the disabled-rights community - which, to put it mildly, does not have a record of taking criticism gracefully - identifies him as the equivalent of a "disabled Tom Sowell.
The actors commit beyond the call of duty, to put it mildly.
She had dinner one night with an old boyfriend, and I was climbing the walls, to put it mildly,'' Nichols says.