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“See what else she has to say about preparing for the semis, doing three dances and if Kardashian really name-drops USC as much as it seems.”
“He'll loop the "O-V" from Jay-Z's "H to the O-V" refrain, mix in Steve Kolbe and Ron Weber goal calls over instrumental beats, and highlight Wale's occasional Ovechkin name-drops.”
“He regularly name-drops Michel Platini and Zbigniew Boniek, his favourite creative players from his days at Juventus, and reminds people he has no such options in his current employment.”
“When Beck feigns scholarly interest in a subject (you know, puts on the glasses, writes on his chalkboard, name-drops big names and flips through big books, etc.), he wishes he were not the uneducated moron that, in fact, he is.”
“A recent MTV. com story on the 16th anniversary of Kurt Cobain's death name-drops Chuck Klosterman, who once wrote a much-discussed "alternate history" of what might have happened if Cobain lived.”
“And yet, Camille frequently refers to herself as "we" and name-drops Kelsey's name at every turn.”
“McCain is also running some of his other standard ads, such as the "True Conservative" spot, which name-drops Reagan profusely. print share”
“That theme explains nearly every one of his uncoordinated references / name-drops / etc.”
“The trailer does a good job at making the film seem substantial and not a complete gloss-over, while offering the name-drops, flaming one-liners, and camera flashes requisite for any modern doc on the fashion world.”
“Regardless of his opinion of the film, my favorite part of the review was when he asked where the comedy in comic books went, and then name-drops Maus and Persepolis.”
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