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  • As part of this year's Stuttgart Festival, the retrospective with the title Cheers!

    Winter Linkage ...

  • The Best of British holds that "Cheers" is a bit more tricky: This word is obviously used when drinking with friends.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The title Cheers to Choice embodies not only a woman’s right to reproductive health care, but also a woman’s right to choose her destiny and live in a community that respects her choices without hindering her personal and professional growth through violence, sexism, racism, economic discrimination, or discriminating policies.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Cheers is the greatest sitcom that involved a bit of drama rolled together with comedy.

    The 'Cheers' gang is having a moment | EW.com

  • Cheers is definitely overshadowed by Seinfeld and Friends, even though it is the superior show in my opinion.

    The 'Cheers' gang is having a moment | EW.com

  • In these places, the staff often outnumber the guests and, like the bar in Cheers, everybody knows your name.

    Editor's Note

  • Cheers from the UK where the beer and NHS are both better then The States!

    Matthew Yglesias » The Fine Art of Negotiating

  • Cheers from a freezing cold NZ where I have yet to plant the winter veg.

    Jean's Knitting

  • Not the dude on the barstool in Cheers, but the word that means both the agreggate average of responses and the behavioural expectations of society.

    You’re not normal | Johnny B. Truant

  • Cheers from the Left, eager to rubbish America and to resurrect their leader's reputation.

    Archive 2008-12-01

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