“The newer acronym cheekily floated by frustrated renewable energy developers is "BANANA.”
“Its own tourist catchphrase cheekily refers to lingering perceptions: "Colombia," it says, "the only risk is wanting to stay.”
“Like Big Oil and Big Pharma, Big Hollywood's name cheekily suggests that entertainment isn't just an industry, it's a powerful force for social and political change.”
““I would like to procure a hasty abortion,” she says cheekily when calling to make an appointment with an abortion clinic.”
“Some of the men smile cheekily at the camera while others hug or pose provocatively.”
“Recently playing Fifa 12 with my son, he cheekily took a penalty against me with his goalkeeper, and even more cheekily, had the temerity to score it," writes Phil Laing and Stefan Coombs.”
“It was not just the Chinese, cheekily demanding that America support the value of the dollar.”
“And if they cheekily insist you be a registered student, see above.”
“MADRID -- The signs of economic strain are few and far between in this beautiful city except for one bistro menu I came across cheekily offering a "Especial Anticrisis Menu of bread, beverage and dessert for nine Euros.”
“The Musical, was filmed in 1993, and, in 1999, South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut was aptly if cheekily praised as the year's best new musical.”
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