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If religious feelings are notoriously offended, civil, not criminal, penalties should be applied.
It will be quickly followed, after an off day Monday, by three games at notoriously unpredictable Colorado and three more at notoriously hostile San Francisco.
Teams tend to find batting under lights in September notoriously tough, whereas England find batting under any conditions notoriously tough.
MOST NOTORIOUSLY, RICHARD REID, WHOSE SHOE BOMB LUCKILY FAILED TO DETONATE.
Brouwn never really disappeared; he's just notoriously reclusive (no photographs, no reproductions, no interviews) and, to judge from the international locales referenced in the work on view, always on the move.
Baseball is notoriously slow: it's about what happens in between plays as much as what happens during them, especially for fans.
In my experience, the problem with multipliers is that they are notoriously inaccurate.
In addition to Lynde's boisterous professional life, Center Square offers a glimpse into Lynde's tumultuous personal life, including his struggles with alcohol, his ever-changing love affairs, and his notoriously explosive temper.
Here's more bad news: In his first term, Bush actually increased discretionary spending at a faster clip than the notoriously free-spending LBJ.
THE NOTORIOUSLY MESSY JAPANESE STREETSCAPE IS TRANSFORMED BY THIS WITTY URBAN DESIGN PROJECT.
George's Anglican church in Baghdad is missing and feared dead after being attacked on the notoriously dangerous stretch of road between Falluja and Ramadi while returning from a trip to Jordan.
Americans are notoriously gun-shy when it comes to foreign languages.