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“Solemn, sober-sided, dutiful George V – Prince William's great-great grandfather who reigned from 1910 to 1936 – was the first monarch to acknowledge his peoples' passionate relish for their sports and pastimes.”
“Though Clay viewed himself as infinitely more brilliant and politically dexterous than the stolid and sober-sided Polk, he lacked a crucial political attribute that Polk had in abundance: discipline.”
“In a similar vein, Cartier premiered Calibre, a sober-sided steel watch, also 42mm.”
“Though he took his art with the utmost seriousness, he wrote about it in a way guaranteed to leave sober-sided folk cold: "For my part, my first concern is to do what pleases me while trying above all to express my personality; and my second is not to be a bore.”
“Abundant data indicate that it is a very reasonable policy prescription, one recommended by many sober-sided pragmatists.”
“Yes, there were the usual celebrities — by and large, a sober-sided, serious, well-informed lot.”
“Tim Russert did a “Meet The Press” program last Sunday in which a bunch of gray-haired, sober-sided guys -- Senator Sam Nunn, Senator Richard Lugar, Senator Fred Thompson, Lee Hamilton, and Tom Kean of the 9/11 commission -- basically all agreed that we are in danger.”
“So yes, the professor would be a deserter in the fight between fun and boring sober-sided discourse.”
“We're seeking the customers with a sense of humor," said Donald S. Higdon, 54, who opened Tightwad with his business partner in May after they grew bored with running a sober-sided bank in neighboring Kansas.”
“No punch lines, no poll-tested sound bites, no dear-sir-you-cur sideswipes at the other guy -- just two sober-sided, middle-aged gents talking seriously about serious matters.”
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