“Take, for example, the word "wassup," which Martin describes simply as a re-spelling of the term "what's up.”
“They called what's known as an "emergency meeting.”
“Sedita was referring to what's called an adjournment in contemplation of dismissal deal Barnaby reached in July to have five misdemeanor charges dropped in connection to a domestic dispute with his estranged wife.”
“I'm all for more grown-up entertainment, especially in a medium that no longer cares if kids are watching, but to call what's happening this fall an uptick is to understate the obvious.”
“Spock, you coordinate the landing parties, and Uhura, make sure everybody gets the word about what's going on.”
“I'm calling what's happening in Kenya the 'Bribe Spring,' " said Antony Ragui, the website's 36-year-old founder.”
“The Vernissage will be a smaller, shorter event in which dealers spread the word about what's new and fresh before the Fall season starts," said Kennedy.”
“When you're looking at a game, what's a word versus what's a sentence versus what's a chapter versus what's a whole book?" he asked rhetorically.”
“In short, what's the best way to avoid what is, literally, a hot mess?”
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Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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