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“First of all, it shocked me that in the film (ok, I haven't and won't read the book) there was no discussion of what seemed to me the most onerous of the skills to be learned in Child's repetoire: pastry.”
“It was definitely a shot-in-the-dark hit, and I knew after the first one I made that it was carving it's way solidly into my pie-making repetoire.”
“I am so glad I do not have any such stories in my repetoire.”
“I have more … MUCH MORE evidence in my repetoire … more arrows in my quiver …”
“Oh! And also, thank you for the verbose and obscure way of saying "buy you a clue" -- it's headed directly into my verbal repetoire, for those moments of much-needed obscurity.”
“I feel like badgers and groundhogs could fit well into their repetoire of traditions.”
“Adding to my shirt repetoire, one for the babies as well.”
“I'm glad you found something palatable from her repetoire.”
“Except that my singing repetoire extends only to Denis Leary's "I'm an Asshole" and maybe Cab Calloway's "Minnie the Moocher.”
“Do you feel in some obscure way it gives you a moral advantage to pretend your opponents cannot answer your limited repetoire of debating points?”
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