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  • He is additionally over! ly suspi cious as good as ashamed of a crimes he has committed early in his life.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • They also advised checking to see which blogs and websites link to yours (which can be done with a service like del. i.cious, among other methods) and researching and reaching out to those blogs.

    New media marketing — wisdom from SXSW « The Book Publicity Blog

  • M uch has been writ ten about that cen ter piece of Thanksgiving deli cious ness: the turkey.

    A Modernist Thanksgiving

  • A pity that a show which brings new sounds to the South Bank should be so, well, Fela-cious.

    Fela!; The Glass Menagerie; The Master Builder

  • But Blue demurred, for there were more vi - cious animals supporting the Adverse Adepts than there were supporting Stile, and some of them were dragons and rocs: it would not be a fair contest.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • A veiy good rebuke of affectation, said Six – Charles (and your ladyship hints it was an effica — cious one).

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • He will angskt of them from their commoner guardian at next lineup (who is really the rapier of the two though thother brother can hold his own, especially for he bandished it with his hand the hold time, mamain, a simply gra-cious: Mi, O la!), and reloose that thong off his art: Hast thou feel liked carbunckley ones?

    Finnegans Wake

  • So it is dismaying to see the Wingfields, in the ill-conceived and clumsy set design you get in David Leveaux's new staging, inhabiting an airy, spa - cious, rather comfortable-looking apartment — something you might find in one of the postwar, white-brick buildings omnipresent on the Upper East Side, with a big, new sofa downstage center around which, alas, Leveaux tends to clump his actors.

    Victims on Broadway

  • O'Hara's got to be the most suspi - cious guy I've ever met.

    Honeymoon

  • “Bles-sed pre-cious,” she crooned, holding out her arms.

    The Great Gatsby

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  • Just a syllable which got separated from the rest of the word and not rejoined. Should be deleted.

    March 2, 2011