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  • Purposely bad dialogue and plot holes galore (including a missing reel) are a great nod to the large number of terrible low-budget horror films that are released every year.

    Top 10 Fun Movies for Halloween » Scene-Stealers

  • Purposely making appointments with clients for late in the day gave him plenty to do so when he finally got home, he basically fell out from exhaustion.

    Who Said It Would Be Easy

  • Purposely sentimental at the same time they are off-putting, cliched while challenging intellectual and artistic standards, Yuskavage embodies so many of the deliberate semiotics of the art historical and media "kitsch" in one simulated-adolescent imagining of a lesbian planet that even deciding whether or not the maker and fans of such work are feminist or retro-feminine invites prolonged debate.

    G. Roger Denson: Women's Art of Renewal: Carrie Mae Weems, Vanessa Beecroft, Sharon Lockhart, Catherine Opie and Lisa Yuskavage

  • Purposely scheduled to offset Hillary's huge win in WV .... and the party dares to call itself Democrats, in favor of Democracy?

    Clinton win leads to Obama boost

  • Purposely creating a child that is robbed of the ability to have one of the five senses that we should all have is wrong.

    Thoughts: Having a Deaf Child - On Purpose

  • Purposely downgrading speeds of certain internet users or giving one website faster speeds than another are both seen as violations of what has been called the "First Amendment" of the internet.

    Net Neutrality-the battle is underway

  • Purposely confusing Evans with his swishy alter ego, Twain referred to him habitually as “Stiggers” and mocked him unmercifully in the Call.

    LIGHTING OUT FOR THE TERRITORY

  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Obama Purposely Taking Time on Troop Decision'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'While much has been made of the four military options that are on the table — all turning on how many troops to send to Afghanistan and for how long — the president also made clear that he is not yet fully satisfied with these choices and will not approve an open-ended commitment.'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Obama Purposely Taking Time on Troop Decision

  • Purposely annoy the person you think might be hiring.

    New (Related) Question

  • Purposely trying to fight them will do us as little good as hiding.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

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