ever-so-slightly love

ever-so-slightly

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  • Why not take a ever-so-slightly more modern and enlightened attitude and add condoms to the list of ways to help the situation?

    Friday Pix

  • So the Senate has passed their (ever-so-slightly different) version of the House's reconciliation ( "fix-it") bill.

    They're only making it worse for themselves!

  • But I was also craving cinnamon rolls - the super yummy, ever-so-slightly gooey, tear apart and devour while still warm delights that I remembered from the breakfast buffets we had after a sleepover night at one of my childhood friend's houses.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • The result: Our planet was left with a single bulked-up and ever-so-slightly lopsided moon.

    Earth's 2 Moons? It's Not Lunacy, But New Theory

  • The quirky, the extreme, the offbeat, the ever-so-slightly comic, have always appealed to me: places, as well as people.

    A Discussion with Carole Cadwalladr

  • We altered Chevron's "We Agree" ads ever-so-slightly to highlight the company's greenwashing efforts as well as its role in dumping 18 billion gallons of toxic oil pollution in the Ecuadorean Amazon.

    Rebecca Tarbotton: Does Chevron Think We're All Stupid?

  • President Obama flexed his muscles ever-so-slightly this week when he made a recess appointment of Richard Cordray as head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

    Jon Stewart Slams Republicans' Recess Appointment Outrage (VIDEO)

  • He's a superb drummer whose best work is characterized by the seemingly dichotomous mix of power and restraint: Mr. Freese can drive the band while playing ever-so-slightly behind the beat; as a result, at times the raging rock has elements of swing and suspense.

    When a $5 Download Just Isn't Enough

  • It may not be ever-so-slightly more difficult to read than a single number but it would be a big score for accuracy in reflecting user experiences across diverse settings.

    WSJ: wine-rating system is badly flawed | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • He had an ever-so-slightly abrasive manner and an absolutely beautiful O/U that cost in the neighborhood of $15,000-$20,000.

    Tighten Chokes, Lighten Up

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