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"It's a little bit hysterical and ludicrous at the moment to be perfectly honest," said Hughes after his side's 1-1 draw at Fulham in the Barclays Premier League yesterday.
"The suggestion that Kate is involved in Madeleine's disappearance is ludicrous. Anyone who knows anything about the 3rd May knows that Kate is completely innocent.
John James, regional chairman of the Institute of Directors, said: "It's a ludicrous sum of money to pay for such a short time.
The rate was today described as "ludicrous" by fellow guests at the dinner which attracted hundreds to the International Convention Centre.
He heads off to Vermont to live and work with lovely Nora and belligerent Walt, and while at first their earnest save-the-Earth concerns strikes him as ludicrous, he's quickly converted.
But the Cardiff Central AM hit back, describing the criticism as ludicrous.
It is ludicrous for anyone to assume to know what decisions an entire group of women would make -- particularly one of the most difficult, heart-rending, life-changing decisions any person can make."
To suggest that this choice is part of some homosexual agenda or that it is similar in the least to the possible future option of making sure a child is heterosexual is ludicrous. After all, don't heterosexual couples who go to sperm banks get to review a "shopping list" outlining the genetic makeup of potential donors?
Hurst and Stapleton wished to take the ludicrous step of 'advertising' for a new chairman.
DOCTORS have described the possible closure of one of the region's biggest maternity units as "ludicrous".
MARTIN O'NEILL is loathe to make the 'ludicrous' prediction his team will top World Cup Group D.
VETERAN Tory Ken Clarke yesterday branded David Cameron's threats to veto an EU budget deal as "ludicrous".