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“Out in the suburbs we irony-soaked, pseudo-sophisticated teenage boys could only roll our eyes at the tut-tutting.”
“Before being signed by Philadelphia, TV and radio sports talk were filled with variations on the idea the NFL and any team that signed Vick were risking big backlash from big fan protests outside stadiums and boos inside them as well as tut-tutting from media naysayers.”
“These epic losses to UK taxpayers have attracted little more than tut-tutting.”
“I even found myself appalled and tut-tutting as I traversed sarf London in a taxi on my way to work, watching drunken revellers pour out of the Swan in Stockwell.”
“Mr. Brooks then hauls out his tut-tutting over the deficit and budget-busting.”
“A few years back in the foggy mists of time, such banter in TV sports would have drawn tut-tutting.”
“Or invite all those tut-tutting European statesmen and peace activists to join us in the ovens?”
“Meanwhile, the troika—the International Monetary Fund, the European Central Bank and the European Commission—trots from country to country, marveling at the accounting ingenuity of the countries that have been bailed out, tut-tutting at the failure of each to meet its targets, and recommending a heavier dose of the medicine that is enfeebling the patient.”
“Outraged tut-tutting and anguished wringing of hands must at all costs be avoided, especially from American law professors and the indefatigably anonymized in Dublin.”
“The unkempt grounds and the general disrepair of the building's facade paint cracked and flaking, gutters askew, unhinged shingles, broken flagstones on the path leading up to the front porch, which featured a porch swing as rotted and tenuous as the gazebo across from the Belle kept neighbors tut-tutting and most strangers at bay.”
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