“And by “shed some light,” I mean “freak us the hell out and make us wonder about this mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up world.””
“WSJ: Mr. Icahn shook-up the management of biotechnology company ImClone Systems, leading to its sale.”
“On top of all this, Microsoft recently shook-up management in its entertainment and devices division, signalling bigger changes could be on the horizon.”
“Favre built his reputation in the wintry weather in Green Bay, winning a playoff game in January 2008 during his last season with the Packers while flakes flew all over and Lambeau Field looked like a shook-up snow globe.”
“First, Captain Kangaroo was preempted by coverage of the assassination and my parents were so shook-up that they stood around the televison for what seemed like days on end.”
“Last week it seemed a given that NASCAR's Jimmie Johnson was headed for an unprecedented fourth straight Sprint Cup championship, but his spin on the third lap of last Sunday's race in Texas shook-up all the leaders 'standings.”
“WASHINGTON — The White House on Tuesday shook-up its communications team, with Anita Dunn stepping down and an aide taking over President Barack Obama's vaunted ...”
“WASHINGTON — The White House on Tuesday shook-up its communications team, with Anita Dunn stepping down and an aide taking over President Barack Obama's vaunted ... var news_amount = 2;”
“In this mixed-up, muddled-up, shook-up world, the voters might take her side.”
“ On the long bus ride home, I put one of my teeth in the big silver cup, and when the other girls passed the trophy around, my bicuspid made the thing rattle like a shook-up spray paint can.”
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