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“Apparently, his answer confirms the expression "Don't mess with Texas.”
“Tony Soprano will live on forever thanks to the infamous series finale blackout, in which the scene cut to black precisely on the phrase "Don't stop.”
“The man credited with inventing the phrase "Don't squeeze the Charmin," has died at the age of 74.”
“Anyway, he did come over and I knew right then that he was an amazing talent, so he played on a song of mine called "Don't Turn Your Back On Me, Babe" and we did some writing together.”
“There is a program by the name of Don't Laugh At Me at over 22,000 schools nationwide.”
“First there was a covert, mock-consumer website called "Don't Make Us Pay.”
“Gary Player has thought a lot about performing under the gun, too, and last year compiled his wisdom in a book called "Don't Choke: A Champion's Guide to Winning Under Pressure.”
“That should have been the focus of the CNN program significantly titled "Don't Fail Us," not the hype that most of it focused on.”
“Mike May , spokesman for the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association and founder of an organization called Don't Take My Bat Away, says he thinks the composite-bat ban will be bad for the future of youth baseball.”
“As if steadily-declining sales and the threat posed by a new phalanx of holiday-purchased ereaders weren't enough, Slate's Farhad Manjoo published a widely-discussed article entitled Don't Support Your Local Bookseller: Buying Books on Amazon is Better for Authors, Better for the Economy, and Better For You, in which he claims that the benefits you supposedly deliver are, for the most part, illusory.”
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