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  • Well, those of us who support Obama far outnumber you, so keep your kicking and screaming and obstructionism and ranting and raving and bullying, and fear-mongering and extremist tactics and loud, upsetting, boisterious behavior going cause you're going to need it when push comes to shove!!

    Obama: Status quo is scarier than health-care overhaul

  • Eckford didn't move a musckle The sights and sounds of the young girl, frozen in fear and under assault by a boisterious, noisy mob, were sucked into the television camera without filter.

    Eric Burns: The Golden Year of Television News

  • In the meantime, these opinions, while perhaps not as boisterious, are just as valuable and valid as yours.

    Andrea Dworkin, 1946-2005

  • The crowd at the Maurice Richard Arena was boisterious, flapping cardboard fans and cheering wildly for the Canadian and American skaters on the ice.

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  • King of the Hill writer reveals that Zev has tempered some of mom's famously boisterious personality.

    Celebrity Baby Blog

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