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  • adv. In an exhausting manner.


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  • Many will fall for his vigorous and exhaustingly relentless story-telling.

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  • Those were the little details that would make the next day in the newsroom exhaustingly surreal.

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  • The Glee cast project their brand of non-stop self-belief and universal outsider status directly to the masses, in an exhaustingly peppy sugar-rush of power pop karaoke.

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  • But when we look into the faces of our clients who are bringing in the one thing they haven't lost in this exhaustingly tenacious recession, it's clear they can't afford even the 80 percent reduced costs we offer.

    Gary Weitzman, DVM: Saving Puppies

  • It is a sleeker, bourgeoisied-up version of its parent, fronted by the standard boy‑girl team: the watchable Sarah‑Jane Mee, anendlessly – and by the end exhaustingly – exuberant TV crick‑babe; and a bastardishly handsome, nice‑seeming man called Matt Floyd, who was capable and inoffensive in a sporty blue V‑neck.

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  • I never learned the hows or whys of human connection, which seems exhaustingly boring when I really ponder its nature.

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  • By continuing to open up debates, by speaking to other churches and other religions, the church only strengthens an appreciation of the sacred, and continues to offer real help in an exhaustingly crazy world.

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  • Christopher Hitchens is exhaustively and maybe exhaustingly and publicly anti-religion of all kinds.

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  • There's a lot of it about: I have been dreaming *very* vividly and exhaustingly, and can't even string a sentence together while I'm awake.

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  • Well this past weekend was probably the most exhaustingly fun time, I have had in quite awhile.

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