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“Yeah I realize that was a four-word phrase, but only three distinct words.”
“The bottom line can be put in the form of a four-word sentence: Symbols are not meanings.”
“Benignant is the fringe member of the four-word party you listed.”
“This week, a school supervisory board will decide whether to fire the editor in chief, J. David McSwane, over the decision to publish the four-word message.”
“The AP claiming they owned the English language (technically, that any blogger had to pay through the nose for using any four-word phrase previously used by the AP) was insane.”
“I certainly don't talk in three - or four-word statements.”
“* My four-word post on marriage equality in Maine yesterday somehow turned into yet another epic comment thread about gay marriage.”
“White block letters on a blue background, the four-word message was in all caps.”
“There's a four-word idiom, yi hok, nan jin, which translates to 'easy to learn, hard to perfect,' that summarizes dim-sum making," says Chef Lau.”
“Over the past year, the Democrats fixed on what they thought was a devastating four-word slogan to defeat Republicans in 2010: "The Party of No.”
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