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“I didn't see him; Mrs. Milray is not he'a; they ah 'divo'ced.”
“An on-set source tells the NY Daily News the Oscar winner is acting like quite the "divo" by constantly trying to "direct" Chris Hemsworth, who stars as the title character (and Hopkins 'son) in the comic-book-based film.”
“NY Daily News the Oscar winner is acting like quite the "divo" by constantly trying to”
“To call the now 90-year-old statesman, politician and author a "divo" or "superstar" is both accurate and ironic, for on the one hand he has been a dominant, highly controversial figure in Italian and European politics for the past 60 years, while on the other hand he's remained as low key as Clement Attlee in his presentation of self on the public scene.”
“The altar in its entirety constituted the true tabernacle of the Most High, who assuredly could not dwell sub divo without a special roof of his own under the lofty vaulting of the naos. (p. 163)”
“I guess people call me a diva or a divo because of my performance style.”
“As the starting point of his switch from hangdog indie icon to buff dance divo, "Flux" makes a fitting encore to tonight's all-too-brief set.”
“We need a common sense president not some prima divo who looks down on the working class people.”
“Et cibus quidem glandes erant, potus aqua, lectus sub divo, &c. 6477.”
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Words that people on Twitter don't think are words.
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masculine forms of words that are more common in the feminine
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Both derogatory and conciliatory.
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