“Last week, "Stars" averaged more than 21 million viewers on Monday and, the next night, more than 17 million came back to see Michael Bolton snipped from the cast.”
“Here's what Jeff Tweedy has to say about it, snipped from the press release:”
“Anyway, the story from which the previous post's poem was snipped is on-line as of today.”
“Following text snipped from a TxTMOB update to subscribers with Subject: TxTMob UPDATE: Post RNC, issued September 3:”
“The new escape does not have to come from a restrictive creative culture — where we go on making movies like we did in the past but simply snip out troubling pieces (although one big piece I would be happy to see snipped is the emerging genre of autopsy-fetishism on TV and cinema; it is really, really distasteful now, more than ever).”
“I was reminded of this hysterical clip snipped from a short TV series broadcast on UK telly last year.”
“Here's a partial digest of the professor's torment I snipped from the American Thinker for my original post:”
“… patients risked being treated by doctors who were incompetent or were not fluent in English. [snipped] European regulations which allow free movement of labour mean the GMC is unable to carry out clinical or language checks on doctors from EU countries as it does for those from elsewhere in the world., by Nick Triggle, BBC News”
“Here’s another example, a first-sentence hook snipped from the film outline for Mr. and Mrs. Smith, written by Simon Kinberg:”
“That said, my husband got "snipped" after Wee Three was born...”
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