“I haven't used the term ticked off in a long time so you know it is bad but that is how I feel.”
“Why i am ticked is ILLEGALS get education free and health care free.”
“That is, if the joint ticked is acheived for political reasons, not much good may come out of it; however, if both contenders join sincerely, and the 'chemistry' works, then November will be no challenge whatsoever! tony, Mount Vernon, NY”
“The religious right is again ticked at Bush for - eh gads!”
“As air traffic soared and airports grew busier, the number of close calls ticked upward in the late 1990s before jumping nearly 25%, to 405, in the year ending September 2000.”
“YELLIN: But the idea ticked off German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who called the notion of an American politician holding a campaign event at the Brandenburg Gate just plain inappropriate.”
“You are a mere pygmy on your spiritual journey in comparison to some spiritual giants who have reached nirvana and have their name ticked off on the entrance list scroll pinned in the guard tower adjacent to the pearly gates, just up the block from the Purgatory Bar and Grill.”
“I am sure Fabio will have his name ticked for the trip to South Africa. ”
“He has got to the stage now where I am sure Fabio will have his name ticked for the journey (to South Africa).”
“Are the little checkboxes to the left of name ticked?”
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