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"thingummybob" and her foreman assures her that his son, serving in the RN, has been told of strange vessels with what look like big boxes stacked on the deck sailing towards China.
'By jove,' I said, 'it's like a sort of thingummybob, isn't it?
And it has been accentuated by leaving the thingummybob, "he struggles slightly for a second," The South Bank Show.
Lost in Showbiz doffs its chapeau to Vogue for doing our job for us this week with its Tom Wolfe-esque feature about who the "party people" will vote for in that general election thingummybob.
The Stoke City boss has admitted to being an admirer of both, but Hit F5 or the auto-update thingummybob for the latest posts.
So this newspaper thingummybob (OK, the New York Times, if you're going be annoying like Katie Couric and demand specifics) has managed to find Sarah's personal stylist for the campaign, a woman by the name of Lisa Kline.
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