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  • Forty-Coats side-kick was called Slightly Bonkers aka Ard Taoiseach

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  • Election Night Special, featured the Silly Party and the Sensible Party, with two fringe parties called the Slightly Silly Party and the Very Silly Party by-election including the 'Standing at the Back Dressed Stupidly and Looking Stupid Party' and

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  • "Slightly," he said in that same deceptively soft voice.

    Broken Symmetry

  • I'd agree with you about a lot of these types of books, actually I'm getting a little bit tired of reading the same scenario : My exception would be the Mary Balogh 'Slightly' series where Wulfric's book absolutely lived up to my expectations because the heroine was so beautifully written.

    It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Ultra-Brother!

  • "Slightly," said Jane, "and I hope to know her better and better as the years go by."

    The Rosary

  • "Slightly," returned Norton, gazing at the young man in a manner that plainly disconcerted him.

    Gold of the Gods

  • "Slightly," gasped Tom, in whose wardrobe at college those identical trousers were hanging at that moment.

    An Old-Fashioned Girl

  • "Slightly," he answered, taking her offered salts, and keeping his eyes fixed upon the carriage until it passed slowly by, "I'm better now," he said, returning the salts, and asking why Edith could not go to Collingwood.

    Darkness and Daylight

  • "Slightly," said Newman; "but I prefer German, though I am more fluent in French."

    Old Jack

  • 'Slightly', though, is the operative word - there's something here, no doubt, & old fashioned as it may be in some respects there's something about the kind of adult child collaboration rendered possible by the digital which is unlike anything previously - a kind of levelling

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