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Today, I mostly drink brandy and ginger ale, a concoction that has come to be known as the Witty Chuck.
There have also been a new virus just released that works similarly to the old Slammer worm, this one is called Witty but only infects computers with the Black ICE software.
Witty, raunchy and affecting, "Bridesmaids" crosses boundaries by blithely ignoring them.
The chief executive of GSK, Andrew Witty, says: Developing countries bear a disproportionate share of the burden of disease yet people in these countries often have poor access to healthcare.
Witty, poetic and slightly subversive, GonzÃ¡lez puts a fresh face on craft.
Bill Bush: Pasadena to Santa Barbara: This Artweek.LA (February 6, 2012)
Glaxo had always said it planned to close a deal by year end, and in October Chief Executive Andrew Witty said the sale was going well and repeated the year-end target.
Witty dialogue, flowery words and carefully placed narrative can be fun.
Witty adds: We can't just sit back in a comfortable environment and say we have done enough.
Witty wordplay and ironic situations coupled with clever observations on our society would be my favourite humorous prose – and the sorts of books I would take into public and if it deserved it – laugh so hard I have tears in my eyes.
Worthwhile reading from people who can say it better than me « Nothing Witty Said,
Snips And Snails And The Unbearable Heaviness Of Roman Polanski | Her Bad Mother
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