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“[19: 07] Prokofy Neva: It's not a "scarum" to ask many many MANY ethical questions about items that will invade the body and cross the blood-brain barrier.”
“Besides, had not her own cousin, -- though a remote and distant one to be sure, the black sheep, the harum-scarum, the ne'er-do-well, -- had not he come down out of that weird North country with a hundred thousand in yellow dust, to say nothing of a half-ownership in the hole from which it came?”
“And yet, he was just turned forty was clear-eyed, calm-hearted, hearty-pulsed, man-strong; and yet, his history, until he was thirty, had been harum-scarum and erratic to the superlative.”
“Once you get above chapter book level, it seems like almost all new fiction for kids is (or wants to be) thrilling, exciting, harum-scarum, suspenseful, non-stop, etc.”
“They may prefer to dive into a thrilling, suspenseful harum-scarum world when they read.”
“The courts affirmed this limited and narrow understanding until the New Deal, when Congress began to regulate harum-scarum and the Supreme Court inflated the clause into a general license for anything a majority happened to favor.”
“It used to be more harum-scarum, but now people are a lot safer," he said.”
“You ever know the kind of story where the harum scarum youngster rises to the occasion, grace under pressure, to do the right thing?”
“Chip was harum-scarum (an expression Madam Ma often used) but he was lovable, not always punctual but someone you could rely on.”
“‘Croker and Lover’, Yeats had written in 1888, ‘full of the ideas of harum-scarum Irish gentility, saw everything humorised’ Fairy and Folk Tales of the Irish Peasantry, ed.”
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