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“I rarely see much tangible progress on that front, which is why the "space is hard" claims always get me worked-up! former CA resident”
“As to the Canadian hockey team, people get worked-up over the littlest things, I understand that there needs to be rules for this stuff otherwise people would be rioting after every win, but come on.”
“An interesting intermediate case is kudos, which I get moderately worked-up about, but not as much as over failsafe”
“It is not improbable that Parliament had been stampeded by a worked-up excitement in its lobbies; for very soon it appeared that the great mass of Englishmen were unchanged in their opinion of proper colonial policy; and, as was discovered in later years, the stoppage of the American trade did not seriously injure the business or commercial interests of England.”
“Despite his worked-up nerves, he fell asleep again.”
“To a large degree, the campaign's strategists turned the primary and caucus race to their advantage when they deliberately, falsely, and successfully portrayed Clinton and her campaign as unscrupulous race-baiters -- a campaign-within-the-campaign in which the worked-up flap over the Somali costume photograph is but the latest episode.”
“The remainder are a mish-mash of online and offline submissions which by their nature have a hard time making us laugh or cry and, so, a hard time getting us worked-up enough to think happier thoughts about the state of advertising creative in the world today.”
“I'm off to find something else to get worked-up about.”
“There was a sodden moralism in the comments on this subject in the New York Times and elsewhere that bodes ill for discussion of less worked-up issues.”
“Wearing a somber black top and pearls, EdSec Spellings endured repeated interruptions, refutations, and harrumphs from a worked-up Chairman Miller in during the hearing.”
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