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“Not that I should expect anything less, but the pathetically slavish and wholly dishonest attempts by FOX to legitimize Saint Sarah the Befuddled is nothing short of vulgar and obvious.”
“Tom says they just released their first little puzzle game, called Befuddled, on the Apps Store.”
“Befuddled" that one of the "left-wing pinkos" in the newspaper called him a "jerk in a pink suit," Cherry said he picked out his best pink suit.”
“Befuddled, one of the men extended his arm, offering Gianna the beer bottle.”
“Befuddled by this variance in opinions, the council charged Austin Bradford Hill, the eminent biostatistician who had devised the randomized trial in the 1940s, to devise a more systematic study to identify the risk factor for lung cancer.”
“Befuddled wonderment at Hotel St. George Press, a small publishing house that "committed to producing books resistant to the predictable trends of genre, style and structure endemic to corporate publishing.”
“My main blog is Thunked and Befuddled and while I do blog about most of my life there, I found myself holding back, because all I wanted to talk about was work.”
“Headlined, “Presidential Sleight of Hand Keeps Reporter Befuddled,” Sauls lays out with just the right amount of sarcasm, the lies, contradictions, misdirections, and un-American policies that Obama has haplessly stumbled into these last 100 days.”
“Befuddled Briton, 46 year old Sarah Reid described herself as relieved on hearing the news: "I've been confused since 1982 - this really puts my mind at rest".”
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