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“US healthcare for those who HAVE insurance is fifth-rate.”
“Glitter, who was always a fifth-rate pop star, constantly making faux-shocked "ooh" faces, as if a bulldog had suddenly clamped its jaws into his silver sparkly derriere.”
“The suspicion is that its current champions, though very skilled, aren't half as good as they think they are, in that any fifth-rate Olympic gymnast who opted to switch discipline would probably obliterate the competition.”
“She seemed to know the way; Tina went ahead down the hall to Jack's room as I sat back down on the couch and resumed reading a fifth-rate romance called The Pleasures of His Flesh.”
“How is it that a submarine of a fifth-rate power was able to penetrate a U.S.”
“In the back of a fifth-rate hotel on the tideflats, in the room that holds all the lost children.”
“Then, on further analysis, all the masks fall away and institutional anger against a journalist who dared to be true to himself came bursting to the surface, but in the two pages of horrifying evidence, my articles figure only as an argument of fifth-rate importance and are only mentioned in passing.”
“MfA, you are just quoting the views of a fifth-rate yahwist derivative faith.”
“First there was this story in the New York Press in December 2003 declaring war on Christianity and calling Billy and Franklin Graham "fifth-rate shysters" who have "spent decades engaged on a relentless quest to turn the United States into the world's revenge on smart people" (see my response at the bottom of this page).”
“When Farthing objects that there are too many people in the world already, she retorts, 'yes, but only racially fourth- or fifth-rate people.”
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