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“As an off-the record comment, it's all right but never does anything the US haven't done already.”
“The wine on offer was the Sierra Carche 2005, a blend of Monastrell with Petit Verdot and Malbec from the off-the beaten path Spanish region of Jumilla.”
“Top-of-primary kids in particular have a ball here, living a Swallows and Amazons existence while you chill out round your campfire off-the- ground fires only, beer in hand.”
“He and his blond girlfriend and their toddler daughter Holly hung out in their garden with us, answering questions off-the cuff.”
“So, I entered back into my life, the real world, with the intention to apply the off-the path, edge-walking, giant-leap training from Omega NYC.”
“The radiant and beaming 32-year old bride walked down the aisle on the arm of her father, the king, in a cream-colored duchess satin gown with short sleeves and an off-the - shoulder, rounded neckline.”
“Create a room off to the side of the main plaque room, with a big sign that says: "In this room we honor the accomplishments of some of baseball's greatest players who because of off-the field wrongdoings were denied entry to the main Hall of Fame.”
“No doubt, McChrystal and his aides made a bone-headed blunder by ridiculing their Washington bosses to a reporter from Rolling Stone magazine, and Thomas 'off-the cuff remarks about Israelis were offensive to many.”
“Serra does add wryly that Lula's comment was "off-the cuff", not what we in the UK might call a "costed promise".”
“The problem with the president's first two years in office was that he often came to be seen as a traditional, off-the rack Democrat, at once more liberal and more partisan than many voters assumed.”
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