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  • Pro Choice MTSU Students Protest the Presence of the Sneaky Abortion Propaganda Project that Doubles as a Lame Wannabe Horror Show, aka the Ludicrous and Laughable "Genocide Awareness Project"

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Apparently, * All* the parents are upset, calling the detention "Ludicrous", "way too harsh", and "Sexy" (yes, I made the sexy part up).

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • "Ludicrous, " he said, and his voice was very quiet.

    Rome's Revenge

  • "Ludicrous" because it betrays such complete ignorance of life all given over to men industrious with muck-rakes: "Gadarene swine," as Carlyle called them, "busily grubbing and grunting in search of pignuts."

    Oscar Wilde His Life and Confessions

  • Clair Short said to the BBC that Blair's evidence was "Ludicrous" and that Brown was

    Army Rumour Service

  • Clair Short said to the BBC that Blair's evidence was "Ludicrous" and that Brown was

    Army Rumour Service

  • It was peopled by characters with absurd names such as Ludicrous Sextus, Amonia and Erotica, and it was full of double entendres and risqué gags.

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Clair Short said to the BBC that Blair's evidence was "Ludicrous" and that Brown was

    Army Rumour Service

  • Clair Short said to the BBC that Blair's evidence was "Ludicrous" and that Brown was

    Army Rumour Service

  • I have kept my tongue in check too long, and I am now prompted to unleash it having just read the letter to the editor "Ludicrous".

    Cayman Net News Daily Headlines

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