“He can also be unpredictable and took heat for what opponents called flip-flops.”
“I'm obviously very concerned about the so-called flip-flops, and I want to look at them," said Northfield's Linda Stone, who attended the dinner in Tilton.”
“All dressed to impress, many of the girls wear tight jeans and flip-flops with painted toenails, some sporting gold jewelry and carefully coiffed hair, and others in designer basketball shoes and oversized T-shirts.”
“Families and couples dressed in jeans, shorts, Hawaiian shirts, flip-flops, and sunglasses get out of their cars and make their way through the lot toward the Worship Center.”
“But no more hide-and-seek, she thought, blinking back tears, as she knotted the belt of the robe and wiggled her feet into flip-flops.”
“During the 2008 presidential primary, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) secured the GOP nomination by compiling an impressive list of at least 44 various flip-flops on previously stated positions.”
“And what little bits of style I might have, hang on me, well, like flip-flops and jeans and plain t-shirts.”
“E.P. at the truck stop wearing flip-flops, bermudas and an A-shirt, buying Little Debbie snack cakes and renting the audiobook of Tuesdays with Morrie.”
“Every player, coach and staff member was required to wear Hawaiian shirts, shorts and flip-flops or something close to it.”
“This past weekend's big political column came from syndicated columnist George Will, who called out Mitt Romney at length for his serial flip-flops an...”
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