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“Give me a plausible reason for adopting less-than-stellar hygiene habits.”
“Imagine bringing enthusiasm and wonder to a less-than-stellar event in your life instead of a cynical, negative point of view.”
“Often these audiences are comprised of citizens of a country known for having less-than-stellar relations with the United States government, which makes the experience all the more important and necessary in an increasingly competitive and complex world.”
“I think I'll be a big part of the offense, said Keller, adding that he'd put on some weight during the offseason in hopes that it would help his less-than-stellar blocking and allow him to stay on the field for more plays.”
“School officials knew the issues they confronted with this one: a noon kickoff, a sun-baked afternoon, a less-than-stellar opponent, a poor economy and a rebuilding program fresh off a 2-10 season.”
“After years as the lending market's undesirables, aspiring home buyers with less-than-stellar credit are being offered home loans again—with some of the same conditions and catches critics say tripped up subprime borrowers five years ago.”
“Despite Grammer's now less-than-stellar track record in the wake of Hank, Boss creator and executive producer Farhad Safinia believes the new series will make viewers forget the past.”
“But it's possible that there was an informal social pressure to have been familiar with what the DSG was writing in the '80s, while now we're leaving it up to the initiative and interest of individual legislators, with less-than-stellar results.”
“Blekko joins a long list of search engines that have tried to improve upon Google's business, with a less-than-stellar track record.”
“They are a little surprising," said All-Pro center Nick Mangold of New England's less-than-stellar stats.”
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