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“Before the discussion gets way out-of-hand, this thread is being locked.”
“This stark fact suggests to me an obvious solution, one I am certain each of these candidates would reject out-of-hand (but for different reasons).”
“The idea that anyone out-of-hand treats the age and not the patient is something that has to be changed, and those over 50 have to be the ones to do it," she says.”
“I wondered if she felt a little guilty for dismissing out-of-hand the idea that her dad and I might have any wisdom whatsoever to offer on the subject until she wisely added: "But first, you guys have to turn the technology off yourselves.”
“Or that FBI Director Meuller rejected out-of-hand previous questions raised about that agent?”
“Do explain it, instead of discounting it out-of-hand politically, please!”
“Why do you discount out-of-hand the possibility that something similar *could* happen in Egypt?”
“But then there's the risk that the reader either feels you misled them intentionally, or that you're discarding the potential use of that sexuality out-of-hand - I've started calling this the "tokenization" problem.”
“Cost are out-of-hand, access is limited to those that have insurance except for emergency care.”
“I don't know of anyone who doesn't know of someone with a story of out-of-hand and rampant injustice and corruption in our criminal justice system!”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘out-of-hand’.
Terms with multiple hyphens, such as rent-a-crowd. Not intended to be a see-how-many-words-one-can-string-together-with-hyphens-used-adjectively sort of list.
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