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“Frances Maude - the man for whom the phrase 'fannying about' was actually created.”
“We shouldn't spend more than a year and a lot more taxpayers' money fannying around with this, he said in a letter to cabinet office officials.”
“Stop fannying around. on November 25, 2009 at 9: 31 pm phiangle”
“If it's true competitive advantage they're after to sort the wheat from the chaff, they ought to have the likes of native Damons setting up protection rackets and be done with all the fannying around.”
“Are they being paid by someone to sink the election, sink the country and just dordle by the wayside, fannying about .... because seem to be doing really brilliant at that.”
“Eminem's sixth album, Recovery, comes pre-installed with the kind of histrionic fannying-about now featured as standard on high-profile US urban releases.”
“Back on the floor I'm ambushed by Philpotts who asks me why I'm fannying around when Jamie Oliver's sauces're bleeding their guts out?”
“Even if you do still insist on fannying about with all that Bride Management crap.”
“All the screws 'fannying around had cost him half an hour at least.”
“I'm been fannying about with radio drama for far too long, not giving my play the focus and drive I apply to other projects.”
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