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  • La Vie en Rose cupcakes - Literally translates to "LIfe in Pink".

    Spotlight on SugarBloom Cupcakes from Perth, Australia

  • Literally from the moment of their arrival until their displacement in the mid-1970s, Portuguese officials struggled to make sense of local politics in Magude, especially in the communities along the border, and to maximize their control over the area by continually tinkering with its administrative organization and placement within the colony as a whole.

    Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique

  • Dianping. com (大众点评网 / dàzhòng diǎnpíng wǎng): Literally translates to "People Review Net", which is exactly what Dianping is -- user-generated restaurant and city life reviews.

    CNET Asia Reviews

  • Fondue: Literally from the French word for "melt" (fonder)

    KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO - Top Story

  • Actually, the blog is literally called Literally, "An English language grammar blog tracking abuse of the word 'literally'."

    Some funny blogs

  • Actually, the blog is literally called Literally, "An English language grammar blog tracking abuse of the word 'literally'."

    Goo

  • Literally, that is, when it comes not only to their salaries but also their pensions, or did you ever hear of a pension plan for a CEO being scratched?

    CNN Transcript Apr 16, 2006

  • Literally, that is, not figuratively, which is clearly the case.

    NYDN Rss

  • Literally, that is, if thou withdrawest thy foot from taking long walks or journeys on the Sabbath-day.

    The Ten Commandments

  • Literally, that is the strategic vision behind their tactical policies.

    Politics.ie

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