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“McKay can choose the George and Ira Gershwin song �Do Do Do� and you never have to worry that she's going to reduce the song's playful triple-repetitions of key words to mere novelty.”
“(Soundbite of song, �Do Do Do�) Ms. MCKAY (Singer): (Singing) Oh, do, do, do what you've done, done, done before, baby.”
“(Do not mention this to them.) _Do_, dear Lizzie, go to 609, and talk to them on this subject.”
“The reason for the delay was that my publisher wasn't sure of going with the title Do You Wear Suspenders?”
“But two years after that, Truman decided to run against what he called the Do Nothing”
“According to Professor Fletcher, these methods alone will not work which is why he has developed a second tier which he calls the Do Something Different (DSD) approach, based on FIT Science - a new technique for facilitating change.”
“Mc Do is extremely popular, because it makes itself available to families who want to go out for a meal together, and provides local food, not just hamburgers.”
“Our first, just months after that organizing meeting, was called Do the Write Thing.”
“AND ... when you add Shane MacGowan's teeth (you get your first glimpse around: 28), well, all the hairstyles in Do They Know it's Christmas got nothing on that Irish grill.”
“OMG Kristin - Do you think you will even have time to read through all of this?”
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