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  • adj. comparative form of folksy: more folksy


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  • The Taubman's embattled executive director, David Mickenberg, is now trying some folksier exhibits after town-hall meetings with the public.

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  • Just don't expect rock and roll in the strictest sense, as they're a little folksier than that.

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  • The second new stumbling block to any agreement emerged in Hamburg, where Ms. Merkel's center-right Christian Democratic Union was handed what the chancellor called a "bitter defeat," the German equivalent of President Barack Obama's folksier, "shellacking."

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  • The Indiana governor's mansion is a much folksier midwife to the presidency.


  • For folksier fun, there are car karaoke discs like All-American Car-I-Oke.

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  • Dole's take is folksier than the more academic version offered up by Thomas Mann, a congressional scholar, who told The Post: "He played a unique role as a prime defender of the Senate during the decades of increasing power of the presidency."

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  • The feeling is folksier at Denver International Airport, with a jolly cowboy telling people where to go, at least if they want to find their luggage, and a warm, friendly voice on the tram between terminals.

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  • A folksier Bush toured the wretched region on Friday, hugged some victims and did a rare but necessary thing: he admitted that the results of the relief effort had been "not acceptable."

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  • (AT&T is an East Coast company; folksier NCR is Ohio-based.)

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  • It's an appropriate touch; he is a character out of his time, an icon living past his era, just as Prairie Home Companion is a throwback to an earlier, folksier era.

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