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  • adj. Common misspelling of execrable.


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  • In general, I think that The Great Gatsby is great despite its excerable protagonists, not because of them, and I don't actually want to spend any time with mini-Nick or mini-Daisy, even on the moon.

    A Brief History of the Bones

  • I have to leave at 7 to meet my mother, grandmother, and aunt for breakfast on the east side, so it seemed like a good plan to just get up and take a shower, eat some leftover blini and read some excerable gossip blogs.

    Coke and 2030

  • But what's even more common--and I've wanted to write about this since seeing the otherwise excerable Hellboy--is how many works of science fiction or fantasy begin with WWII and the Nazis, find their source and legitimacy there, root themselves in that history as firmly as they can, wrap themselves up in the warm narrative arms of that war.

    Who Watches the Historians?

  • Hijinx ensue, involving cats, excerable architecture, jumble sales and ‘time lag,’ with our hero stumbling, sleep-deprived,through the unfamiliar manners and landscape.

    Blogging MW2007

  • Just as it is for Israel to have outlawed the excerable Kach.

    Among Religious Groups, Jewish Americans Most Strongly Oppose War | Jewschool

  • It was a funny comment, but immediately I wondered if, in fact, Drury could also been referring not to the goalscorer who had finally put paid to Italy's attempts to defend their crown, but rather to that heinous, 32-year old midfield attack dog, Italy's excerable Genaro Gattuso.

    The New Republic - All Feed

  • Fresh from putting in a frankly embarrassing turn at the Brits, his pleading mug is now leering out at me from hundreds of bus-sides all across London advertising what I imagine will be an excerable sketch show.

    Word Magazine -

  • I never forgave H&P for that excerable Ciomic Releif hit they did, even though I cannot remember what it was now.

    Watch With Mothers

  • It was almost good enough to banish the excerable Pentium 4 series from my mind.

    Coding Horror

  • Reminds me - listening to NPR earlier today and heard some business-school asswipe on the excerable "On Point" program whining about how the American economy just isn't

    Sadly, No!


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