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  • Sometime ethics hurt, I guess that's why they're called ethics not 'easys'.

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  • Sometime ethics hurt, I guess that's why they're called ethics not 'easys'.

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  • The jails filled with delivery people, bartenders and even musicians who worked in the speak easys while the racketeers and kingpins escaped prosecution through corruption and pay offs.

    The War on Sense

  • Chabanais, of one of the two "mysterious" midinette speak-easys in the dark Rue de Berlin (where the midinettes range from the tender age of forty-five to fifty), of the cellar of the tavern near the Panthéon with its tawdry wenches and beer and butt-soaked floors -- of tawdry resorts and tawdrier peoples.

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  • And she was sincere; for that was her real belief, and what she had hinted was a mere unthinking repetition of the shallow, comfortable philosophy of most people -- those "go easys" and "do nothings" and "get nowheres" wherewith Saint X and the surrounding country were burdened.

    The Second Generation

  • Just blend for a few seconds and you have an easys ready to travel breakfast.

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  • Just blend for a few seconds and you have an easys ready to travel breakfast.

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  • I’m sure there are other smoke-easys around town where owners don’t enforce the law, due to philosophy or maybe lethargy.

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  • I’d heard cutting-edge jazz and smoked dope in after-hours ghetto speak-easys.

    Buzzine » Mary

  • I’d heard cutting-edge jazz and smoked dope in after-hours ghetto speak-easys.

    Buzzine » Mary

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