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  • You are expected to interrupt, but my upbringing makes me feel this is infradig.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • To me he showed an old-world courtesy, never allowing me to do anything he considered infradig, but insisting on my calling the orderly.

    Excerpt from A War Nurse's Diary: The General

  • Because I am altogether a chap too fly and hairyman for to infradig the like of that ultravirulence.

    Finnegans Wake

  • There's nothing wrong with being gay, of course well, I would say that, wouldn't I, but I think the sex in a loo is infradig whether you're gay or straight so I can understand Robbie making a fuss about that if he knows it's not true.

    Robbie Williams not a bummer

  • It's just that he, himself, seems rather... well... infradig?

    Robbie Williams not a bummer

  • This has been a collective effort and it would, I suppose, be slightly infradig to mention names, but there are a couple of people I would like to thank, for without them we would certainly not be where we are today.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The septuagenarian would have asked me the question because he could not believe me deciding to go to the university that, as a journalist, more particularly during the brainstorming before manufacturing editorial pieces, I always used to criticise for its mismanagement and its infradig scholars.

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

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