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“And hope indeed turned into bold, delightful reality this past week, treating the nation's more than 80 million beleaguered stock investors to a wing-ding of a five-day winning streak during which the Dow Jones Industrials racked up a rousing 597-point gain.”
“I did forget to send a couple of nuggets in the direction of our Commie “friends” in Cuba and Venezuela it was, after all, 3am Saturday morning at the RedState wing-ding.”
“When one of our people would leave, we usually had a little wing-ding with drinks and cake on the departing employee's last Thursday in the office, so on Tuesday it fell to me to fax a cake order into our nearest Costco Bakery.”
“It's an idea that came to me after watching a video of Sen. Hillary Clinton, speaking at the Democratic National Committee's winter wing-ding, apparently call for the confiscation of oil company profits.”
“SERWER: Obviously you got some wing-ding who sticks all of his money in some stock that loses everything.”
“Pete hosted a little wing-ding in Racine this afternoon protesting the proposed concealed carry legislation.”
“Last year, then-Gucci designer Tom Ford was committee chair, and his late-1990's ethos of raunch and sex had informed the entire wing-ding.”
“Soon goblins were swarming over the south wall and harpies were flapping over the north wall, ready to fling a wing-ding.”
“As if there was any doubt, the Roots Jam ended up being the winningest Grammy week wing-ding, by the way.”
“On May 15th, The Ivoryton Playhouse is celebrating its 99th birthday with a thigh-slapping, wing-ding of a country style birthday party!”
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