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“Rank-and-file members of both parties revolted against the slap-dash packaging and sank the legislation.”
“The depth of this friendship was regularly expressed in a thousand ways, most of them slap-dash and casual and all the more compelling for that.”
“Christian Young is all right though, Munster has a slap-dash style about him, and they do say old Nielsen was a crackerjack.”
“Despite his slap-dash, rough-hewn style, O'Neill here manages to evoke both Herriman and the old-time look of those early animated cartoons.”
“The displays that have pushed the Nativity scenes from Palisades Park not only ridicule the beliefs of others -- juxtaposing, for instance, as examples of myths, pictures of Jesus, Santa Claus and the Devil -- which is bad enough, but the whole thing is slap-dash, showing minimal artistic effort.”
“I don't mean dragging a wetwipe over your face in the dark slap-dash, ecologically dubious and permissible only when drunk; I mean a thorough clean with a proper cleansing cream or lotion, and a hot face cloth.”
“Whereas a classic men 's fragrance feels dressy, sometimes showy, its slap-dash, postshave counterpart comes off all tough, silent, sexy and kind of cool — like Steve McQueen.”
“But the slap-dash nature of the book's last hundred pages make "Bounce" feel more padded than an NHL goalie.”
“Apologies for the slap-dash nature of the Journal today.”
“Ultimately dismayed by a book I found more slap-dash than vivid, I plumbed my own archive of memories, and came up with this admittedly humble verbal snapshot:”
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