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“The utility of OK is captured by its much-loved flexibility on several fronts, not just spelling.”
“From the symbolic and much-loved oak to the majestic beech, trees connect us to our past and will be here for future generations to enjoy.”
“He will not only be remembered as the extremely gifted writer whose scripts have been realized as comic books, in television shows and on the silver screen, but as the creator or co-creator of so many of the much-loved Milestone characters, including Static Shock.”
“I knew Annette as a much-loved friend of dear friends.”
“Her second collection of print silk scarves is a series of monochrome and color prints of London's much-loved Strawberry Hill House.”
“My family has roots and much-loved recipes from there going back six generations.”
“His father, the much-loved short-story writer Andre Dubus II, walked out on a young wife and family to pursue his craft and girlfriends, and from then on the four kids were basically on their own with the thugs, drug dealers and budding sadists who infested Newburyport and Haverhill.”
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“We recently read an article over at We Made Thisin whichNick Hornby writes thatthedays of the iconic jacket illustration, the image that forever becomes associated with a much-loved novel, are nearly gone.”
“SÃO PAULO, Brazil—President Dilma Rousseff was elected for the continuity she promised from her much-loved predecessor, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.”
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