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“Thank You (And Vb6rocod Of Course) * Very, Very* Much For Your Efforts.”
“Thank You Vb6rocod * Very, Very* Much For Your Efforts.”
“As it became more and more obvious that the Iraq war was a bad idea, for example, critics outside the serious zone started mocking the insiders 'pretentions; the term Very Serious Person became an in-joke on antiwar blogs.”
“It is what I call The Very Bad Deal, in which you are offered something that looks quite appealing but are never told about the large hidden costs.”
“The name Very.com came about because researchers were looking for "something easy to say, that rolls of the tongue in everyday language," he said.”
“As far as success stories of LGBT politicians go, Mayor Sam Adams is what we call a Very Big Deal.”
“In the video, Pablo baits the very patient Ramsey with the toy, all the while doing what we call The Very Vicious Growl.”
“Air Force eschews the term Very Important Persons.”
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“Of these 23 countries, only 4 were classified as Very High Human Development by the Human Development Report, indicating that these were countries with comparatively high degrees of wealth, education and health.”
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