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  • The large, socially acceptable "rush" is placed next to the sound installation "The Sound of a Hit," audio of a monetary negotiation, presumably for a seedier source of feel-goodery.

    Baltimore City Paper

  • It's interesting, then, that the down-home feel-goodery of "Back Down South" is what catches the ears most immediately.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • Be not ashamed of the haggle: Lifehacker's offered up a lot of whole-mind tips on haggling, but these are not times for life experience and feel-goodery.

    doggdot.us

  • Lest anyone think that this blog is some sort of new-age feel-goodery where everyone’s free to say whatever they want, I’m making sure that my first real grammar post is going to tell you what you should do.

    i.e. vs. e.g. « Motivated Grammar

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