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“On behalf of Gun Nuts everywhere, I'm with Dr. Ralph, "Ouch"!”
“If I said something like, "Ouch" right now, I'd be lying.”
“Ouch," said Sean Sweeney, director of the neighborhood group SoHo Alliance.”
“Ouch," I said, as she was tugging out an IV line.”
“Our armour and weaponry were of course wholly authentic, as were our battle cries of 'Ouch' and 'I can't see where I'm going', although we didn't get round to deciding who was a Roundhead, who a Cavalier.”
“Even though Williams had a head start, Landis's loss should ensure that his name continues to be followed by the word "Ouch" long after he leaves his current team:”
“Ouch" to hearing the minister not listening but rushing ahead to speak his own thoughts!”
“But from Innes 'uncanny soundtrack of pitch-perfect Beatles-esque tunes ( "Cheese and Onions," "Ouch," "A Hard Day's Rut") and the home video release, a fervent following developed.”
“I support option c, but the debate can get pretty heated - it's come up on the BBC's "Ouch" message board a few times...”
“Why are Nancy and Sluggo saying "Ouch" over and over again?”
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selected vessel names from my fleet of dirigible men-of-war—each abrim with mitrailleuse, canon abusier and divers opticks
(see steampunk to understand how weird I am getting)
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