“I think at one point she said she'd rather not be known as everybody's grandmother, but she never got tired of playing anything," said her cousin, Marly Zaslov of Vancouver.”
“Obama, everybody's pal, playing cynical machine politics?”
“With one over-the-top fawning, priggish, patronizing article, English pressed nearly everybody's buttons, Left, Right and centre.”
“The resulting document will either be a "final offer" that the Liberals cannot abide, or a "win-win" compromise with considerable water in everybody's wine.”
“He's pouring money and troops into the Afghan adventure, bailing out Big Business, and trying to be everybody's pal.”
“A good, meaty review of the world, loads of good links, and it should be on everybody's must-read list.”
“He still needs to work on his motor, social and self-care skills, but his condition has stabilized and he's exceeding everybody's expectations," says Carolyn.”
“You had missed your chance to be everybody's best friend.”
“Now everybody's frantically looking around and discovering that there's nothing left on board to jettison but the guy in the seat next to them.”
“And I think it is everybody's job in a family to try to make things pleasant for everybody else.”
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