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“After all, My Prerogative was a nice bellwether for all the years of madness that would ensue when Britney Spears was allowed a prerogative.”
“You carefully concealed it from the people of England, and then by means of this antiquated weapon called Prerogative-a weapon which everyone respects, but which nobody expected to see again drawn from the scabbard-you have made a Treaty, and have used the power not as it ought to have been used.”
“Prerogative" instances, with their long tale of imaginative titles.”
“If any one will run over the pages of Comyn's Digest or any other such book, title "Prerogative," he will find the Queen has a hundred such powers which waver between reality and desuetude, and which would cause a protracted and very interesting legal argument if she tried to exercise them.”
“Combine that with his less-than-stellar performance of the faster "My Prerogative" and a wide-ranging not to mention emotional ballad like "Across the Universe" is his best bet.”
“We were expecting awesome, but we were not expecting quite so much awesome, and thus have revised our contest slightly by incorporating a small quantity of Additional Prizewinning Categories, as is our Prerogative.”
“In the “Priestly Prerogative” his first naturalistic “new woman” enters the scene.”
“We've got a "My Prerogative" Standoff: Outside the Box vs.”
“This year's "Idol" wind-up toy, Carson Higgins of Malibu, has also picked "My Prerogative" to sing.”
“Chris Medina "tried to think outside the box" when he picked the Bobby Brown tune "My Prerogative" to perform as his solo number because it's the "most unlike a 'Glee' song that any one would pick," he explains, and immediately becomes our hero.”
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