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After being elected on an anti-sleaze edict, we have probably had one of the sleaziest governments in decades.
Among the practices denounced as sleaziest by public interest groups is the rapid spinning of the revolving door between the public and private sectors.
Another reason why Pierce got a buzz out of The Matador is that he earned a Golden Globe nomination for his portrayal of Julian Noble, a burned-out hit-man who ranks as the sleaziest character he's brought to the screen.
And I said 'but you're the sleaziest of them all' okay?
It was billed as the sleaziest reality show ever to hit our screens.
Leslie has been dubbed the sleaziest man in showbiz.
I realised Hamburg could never get a tourist industry on the back of the groups, as the area they worked in is the sleaziest place in the city.
The sleaziest part of the Eugene Water & Electric Board's commercial deposit scheme (Register-Guard, Oct.
This is gay life either at its most honest or at its sleaziest, depending on how you see it.
He also provides a lineup of subsidiary characters who are some of the sleaziest, dumbest colored people to be seen since The Birth of a Nation.
But Arturo Ui, the Chicago hoodlum in Bertolt Brecht's satiric allegory about the rise of the Nazis, may just be Pacino's sleaziest gangster yet.
My plan is to get an MBA, and then climb the corporate ladder at the sleaziest, fastest-growing multinational corporation I can find.
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- Slander charge
- Slander charge against newspaper?
- slander issues
- slapp suit
- slash prices
- Slaughter-House Cases
- Slave trade
- sleep at
- sleeping partner
- sleight of hand
- slender means
- slide back
- slight change
- slight indication
- slight mention
- slight trace
- slighting language
- slink away
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- Sleater Kinney
- sleaze factor
- Sleazy Disco Folk