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“Show Info Basically, Keepin 'it Classy is the best show on WUOG ...”
“Edwina Cannon, an employee of such a store called the Classy Attic II, said they only sell small furniture items, which move quickly after being put on the floor.”
“Classy, which is why I'm sure The Left won't get it.”
“Classy" was what men called her, whereas women said "classic" — Cathy Brindle-Eagan was a classic beauty.”
“That's not the only 'Classy' person that gets a free pass.”
“The horse's owner called officials about 9: 30 a.m. from the 2400 block of Flintwood Drive to report her 20-year-old mare, named "Classy," had lain down in the mud in her backyard and become stuck, Los Angeles County Fire Department Capt.”
“Classy', 'Lady, and' Elegant 'are the last three adjectives in the dictionary that would ever be used in a sentence which includes the words' Jodie Marsh '.”
“The Senior company, ages 13-18, won two High-Gold awards and one Platinum award for a jazz routine to "The Garden," three High-Gold awards for a lyrical routine to "Be Be Your Love," and two High-Gold awards, one Platinum award and the "Classy" award for a tap routine to "Puttin 'On the Ritz.”
“The Democrats have their own word for Wilson's fundraising: 'Classy”
“TPM Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Woman Who Broke "Small Town" Story Says Obama Campaign's Response Was "Classy”
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