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“An irony, says Mr. Richie is that it's hard to put more seats in play without resorting to the g-word, particularly in states with polarized populations.”
“So when you hear, as last week, the g-word applied to a horse called Frankel, you're right to look sceptical.”
“Though they rarely use the g-word, I've noticed a trend in recent years of books with a genealogical bent, and you probably won't be surprised to hear that I wouldn't object if this pattern were to become even more pronounced.”
“Nor would Heather and Justin be the first people to receive such a check and convince themselves it was a "gift," even though the g-word was never actually uttered.”
“So let me drop the passé g-word in favor of a nice, white bread phrase we can all swallow: clean energy jobs.”
“Obama's use of Meds Yeghern "is an elegant dodge to avoid using the 'g-word' -- but the substance of what he states about what happened gives no comfort to those who cling to the Turkish official version," says Harvard University's Andras Riedlmayer.”
“He routinely used the “g-word” to describe his Vietnamese captors.”
“Our linguist Geoff Nunberg has been looking at the history of the g-word and the changing rhetoric that surrounds it.”
“He should never have used the g-word: it struck the electorate as excessive.”
“My sister said the fatal g-word, in a public café, and our friends jumped all over her: “SSSSHHHHHH!!!!””
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