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“It is a hidden camera literally into the bedrooms, raves and orgasms of curious, world-wise, "naughty" young adults who are drunk on dreams, but are constantly being sobered up by the Morality Police.”
“If only half of the stories he told me on that ride were true he was one world-wise old traveler who had racked up millions of hours of real life road time.”
“In the seventies, for example, Robert Young portrayed the kindly and world-wise general practitioner Marcus Welby, M.D., a man who struggled to treat his patients with compassion in a profession trending steadily toward specialized, impersonal care.”
“She is Madame Armfeldt: the world-wise, "seen it all" mother of the actress, a former courtesan who counted royalty among her many former lovers.”
“Mena Suvari wants everyone to think she is this world-wise model who isn't afraid to sleep her way to the big time, when in fact she is a frightened little virgin.”
“But the bigger problem is that it's done without having a clue about who's giving you their world-wise opinion.”
“Our world-wise soldiers understand that energy is the mission of their generation.”
“Liaquat Ahamed is the modernist in question, and he writes with all the world-wise assurance of the professional investor, World Bank alumnus and Brookings Institution trustee that he is.”
“Bill Clinton, world-wise as he is, read the polls and abandoned Bosnia.”
“But, to the Bush/Palin supporters, the articulate, the educated, and the world-wise are viewed upon with suspicion.”
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