“And Kuznetsova, with her dark hair and plaintive eyes and sometimes obnoxious laugh, has become a new emblem — an emblem not of suffering, but of anger with the place that Russia has become, a parallel world cordoned off from Europe and the United States that lacks drinkable tap water and a genuinely independent judiciary, and is led by a criminal regime driven by the puniest of ambitions: theft.”
“And you came out looking like the puniest swirl bread I've ever seen.”
“I guess they were trying to squeeze the last few raspberries into the store before the season ended, because those were the puniest looking berris I'd ever seen.”
“Far from the swagger of a cowboy, Iraq shows the Bush Administration's come-on to be the whimper of a true coward, the pathetic act of a weakling who knows it can only dominate the puniest member of the pack.”
“Lines for ATMs stretch around corners, and customers are reaching for credit cards and checkbooks to cover the puniest of purchases.”
“After even the puniest of hail storms, out-of-state contractors drive through Ellesiouville neighborhoods in shiny new Jeep Cherokees to tell homeowners that the storm has damaged their roof or their siding.”
“And they were only disregarding the puniest facts.”
“But they couldn't keep the Golden Eagles from their puniest point total of the season, falling shy of a 58-point performance in a Jan. 7 loss to Syracuse.”
“It's now one of the largest of a new type of object, rather than being the puniest planet.”
“Chances are that none of this will happen though because, as Carpenters fans, the protesters are among the puniest and most ineffectual saps ever to walk the earth.”
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