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“Australian blogger Andrew Bartlett writing in Crikey Blogs.”
“While I hate the idea of Crikey readers even REQUIRING censorship, I completely see why Peter doesn't want a bar of it.”
“Crikey, " he exclaimed in surprise as they drew near enough to distinguish individuals.”
“Let's look at these four criteria, especially in the context of successful paywall-funded local online enterprises such as Crikey and the various share trading newsletters.”
“I went: "Crikey", rang off, did a quick scan of the internet and then immediately rang Alex.”
“But now you think, 'Crikey', and you give yourself a pat on the back and think, 'How did you get through all that with what little you had?”
“His face, logo and even his catch phrase "Crikey" found their way onto every imaginable product from lunch boxes to clothing lines.”
“With his hyper-animated presentation, colorful language (he introduced the world to his very Aussie catch phrase "Crikey") морозильник-ларь and unwaveringly khaki wardrobe he created a consistent and memorable personal brand.”
“Crikey, " complained a white-suited cyborg, "I just knew it'd be that way.”
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