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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?”
“So the Senate has passed their (ever-so-slightly different) version of the House's reconciliation ( "fix-it") bill.”
“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.”
“The result: Our planet was left with a single bulked-up and ever-so-slightly lopsided moon.”
“The quirky, the extreme, the offbeat, the ever-so-slightly comic, have always appealed to me: places, as well as people.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“He had an ever-so-slightly abrasive manner and an absolutely beautiful O/U that cost in the neighborhood of $15,000-$20,000.”
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