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  • Photo we've dubbed Somewhat Scary Judi, taken by roomie, Jeanette

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • Somewhat, which is Not we; which we can work with, and live amidst, -- and model, miraculously in our miraculous Being, and name World.

    The French Revolution

  • "Somewhat" he told us, before explaining that "Everybody tells me they wanted to read it before, but I had to turn it in for [today]."

    <i>Page Six Magazine</i>'s Liam McMullan On New Column: 'It's Going to Be More About What I See Than What I Do'

  • "Somewhat," said the Honourable Hilary, on whom this pleasantry was not lost.

    Mr. Crewe's Career — Complete

  • "Somewhat," replied Saturius, with an airy gesture.

    Pearl-Maiden

  • "Somewhat," said the lad, sitting up, "under the care of this kind knight."

    Hereward, the Last of the English

  • "Dropped its pledge to preserve rates at 0.25 until July", in addition, the BoC estimates showed that Canada's growth and inflation levels are "Somewhat" above expectations, therefore, the BoC will hike interest rates in order to control inflation after the economy managed to present strong growth data throughout the past two quarters.

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  • "Somewhat," he said, pausing to contemplate my question.

    The Corner on National Review Online

  • The "Somewhat" index: difference between those who approve, even somewhat, and those who disapprove, even somewhat.

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  • 'Somewhat' in the sense that our imaginations will always be funnier that what is visually spoon fed to us, and mostly because the singer from the ads is better heard and not seen.

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