“We'll show the two 'tamest' first and leave it up to the ladies if they want to watch more," she said.”
“West Indies provided the tamest of opposition when they were beaten by 10 wickets on Friday but they turned the tables in spectacular fashion, winning by 25 runs as England, bowled out for 88, recorded their lowest score in Twenty20 internationals.”
“Mr. Putin also said his protégé would head the party's slate in the Dec. 4 parliamentary elections and succeed him as head of the party, which has dominated elections since 2000 under an authoritarian system that marginalizes all but the tamest of opposition parties.”
“An inflationary tide is beginning to ripple through America's supermarkets and restaurants, threatening to end the tamest year of food pricing in nearly two decades.”
“They are thought to be the tamest cheetahs in the country, but the princes will have been briefed not to look them in the eye, make sudden movements or run away in case they were to give chase.”
“Ask someone to pay ten bucks for 17 minutes of film and see what sorts of dirty words fly out of even the tamest humans.”
“If this had been my guys, I would have told them that they did their best in tricky circumstances and, if pressed, they would have got the tamest rifting and dicked with the first few rounds on the next night out.”
“The result is "The Night Season," the fourth book in the series and the tamest to date.”
“The fossil-fuel companies, with their heavily funded denialism and their record campaign contributions, have been able to keep at bay even the tamest efforts at reining in carbon emissions.”
“Particularly after years of being forced into group-work with kids who are totally and unabashedly unprepared for class, they have some choice comments to describe these uncommitted students and families, the tamest of which include "mad stupid" and "going nowhere," but most of which are unprintable here.”
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