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“This week Adams, 52, will release "The John Adams Earbox," a richly satisfying 10-CD retrospective including the killer-diller orchestral fanfare "Short Ride in a Fast Machine" (1986) and the heroic-ironic opera "Nixon in China" (1987).”
“Holy moly is a rhyming compound cf. killer-diller, legal eagle, etc., and is maybe an euphemism for holy Moses that's used as an oath.”
“My Pops, I have to say, was a good-looking man, a little heavy, about six foot two like Gilberto, but very immense and with these dark, killer-diller soulful eyes.”
“But toward the end of this longish evening, Benny Goodman found a way to merge these opposing visions of jazz via "Sing Sing Sing" -- the most raucous and elaborate of his big band's signature items, a "killer-diller" that had evolved into an epic.”
“There are similar processes in many other languages, like the English example where you reduplicate the word but change the initial of the reduplicated form to d- killer-diller, super-duper, etc.”
“I love the film itself and the high-def digital photography is sure to look killer-diller.”
“Everywhere I went, I saw people dashing hither and thither, waving their pooper-scoopers and chasing pell-mell after their dogs, with man and beast alike running through traffic lights and instigating numerous killer-diller fender-benders.”
“That’s because, in 1935, Goodman hired Mundy away from Hines, and the killer-diller Mundy style on display in “Rock and Rye” would distinguish many of Goodman’s biggest hits, including the definitive Swing Era epic, “Sing, Sing, Sing.””
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Names for the next generation of My Little Ponies. Inspired by Star's list.
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