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  • "Refreshing" seems to mean "something I agree with coming from an unexpected direction."

    "Republicans are out to crush Barack by painting him as a leftwinger..."

  • "Refreshing" foaming body exfoliator (suggested retail price: $35 for 250ml) is a rich all-in-one cleanser and exfoliator made with Oolong tea extract and silk extract.

    Luxist

  • The dichotomy was summed up in one word by Jayson Werth, one of several core players who have been with the Phillies through the three straight National League East championships and two World Series: "Refreshing," he said.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

  • The dichotomy was summed up in one word by Jayson Werth, one of several core players who have been with the Phillies through the three straight National League East championships and two World Series: "Refreshing," he said.

    CourierPostOnline.com - News

  • Refreshing to hear advice to go with your gut instead of becoming a content robot.

    How to Create a Highly Viral Blog | Write to Done

  • Hirsch, Veltliner #1, 2007 (about $15): Refreshing, with good acidity and a hint of that snap pea character of Gruner, this wine got lots of thumbs up, particularly for the price.

    2009 November | Dr Vino's wine blog

  • Refreshing to hear non-hysteric and truthful comments coming from either side these days without the oh-so tired partisan distortions and politrickery.

    We can't prevent every terrorism attack, Republican says

  • Refreshing mosterizing mist: vine therapy by Caudalie in French Destinations, French history, tourism, Travel | Permalink

    French Destinations

  • Refreshing it is to stumble across the website of Steve Baker, the Tory MP for Wycombe.

    Hugh Muir's diary

  • Refreshing as it was to read that governments should balance their budgets by cutting back on entitlements plus government worker salaries and benefits, rather than raising taxes, it is a shame that such articles ever need to be published " The Right Way to Balance the Budget " by Andrew G. Biggs, Kevin Hassett and Matt Jensen, op-ed, Dec. 29.

    Living Within Our Means Shouldn't Be Rocket Science

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