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“All we are asking for, what the government is asking for, is a few channels where... they are not going to hear the S-word, the F-word.”
“Last week people here were calling stability 'the S-word,' since stability in the geo-strategic sense has amounted to deterioration of life for most Egyptians.”
“The changes, which consist of replacing all but one F-word with the S-word, were made with the full approval of the film's three producers and its director Tom Hooper, said David Glasser, chief operating officer of Weinstein Co. The company says it made the edits so more young people can view the film, which is hardly smutty.”
“He also praised congressional Republicans for finally using "the S-word.”
“Levin appeared to relish the opportunity to carpet bomb the committee room with the S-word, repeating the swear with increasing bravado.”
“The polite language here is that the government is stonewalling on the S-word.”
“It even got a little scary Friday when the president started to talk of "stimulating" growth and jobs -- dangerously close to the S-word itself.”
“Brown has finally uttered the S-word over Smeargate.”
“But with the S-word being bandied about so frequently, he apparently thought he better take the question more seriously -- so he called the New York Times personally to defend himself:”
“Hannity, who hates to pass up an opportunity to advance GOP talking points, has even applauded congressional Republicans for finally using the "S-word.”
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