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ONE Beatle was called Lennie and Cambridge University is in Leicester, according to dimwitted quiz show contestants.
DIMWITTED Trigger from Only Fools And Horses finally has a claim to fame - he's the owner of Britain's favourite nickname.
Let's face it, does anyone who's not actually dimwitted believe Jesus looked more like the Nordic Robert Powell in that movie than the Arabic bin Laden?
A dimwitted thief stole a distinctive 10ft long maroon and pink van yesterday, but left it less than a mile away from where it was taken, in Worthing, Sussex.
Burning ambition THE figures did not add up for insurers when a teacher guaranteed two dimwitted students an automatic pass if they did a little extra homework.
IF you are such a dimwitted optimist that you consider it worthwhile waking before the milkman to watch England's attempt to draw level with India in the series, at least have a radio to hand, writes Bruce Millington.
CEOs who didn't "get it," dullards who stubbornly asked dimwitted questions about sales and profits, were advised by new economy journalists to quit now rather than watch themselves made extinct by their newer, warmer-blooded e-competitors.
We're Right, They're Wrong is a pithy compendium of every shoddy, shady, anti-common sense, anti-people measure the dimwitted twits of the GOP have produced so far.
HOT FUZZ ITV2, 9pm An overly zealous, by-the-book London policeman is reassigned to a sleepy country village where the crime rate is virtually zero, and teamed up with an eager but dimwitted partner.
The actor, 67, said Byrne, who played kind but dimwitted
Maggie has a problem - she's forgotten that she and the dimwitted copper parted company years ago.