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  • Kim, the kidney donor, offers play-by-play from the backseat: “We call it grinnin’ and skinnin’.”


  • So she sez, kind o 'grinnin', 'Well, I'll bet your wife would jump at the chance to trade your NEXT seven children, sight onseen, fer a new pair o' shoes er that bonnet she's been wantin 'ever sence she got married.'

    Viola Gwyn

  • An 'him standin' thar an 'grinnin' at me over the wall, an 'I couldn't do nothin'!

    Queen Hildegarde

  • They'd all be winkin 'an' nudgin 'an' grinnin '-- see? "

    A Little Norsk; Or, Ol' Pap's Flaxen

  • a thunder-cloud, an 'King goes rubbin' his beastly hands, an 'grinnin' like a hyena.

    Stalky & Co.

  • Kwaque, the Methusalem-faced ape grinnin 'there, belongs to me.


  • You don't want him to be all cheesin 'and grinnin' with you.

    Quoted: President Obama on meeting Bob Dylan

  • You don't want him to be all cheesin 'and grinnin' with you, he added.

    Mistrial declared in Buju Banton case; When Obama met Dylan; Future of Music Policy summit coming to D.C.

  • Pickin 'and grinnin': Man-of-many-talents Steve Martin is helping bluegrass music expand beyond its niche audience, judging from the huge crowd that packed the Gentilly Stage area Thursday to hear him play banjo with the Steep Canyon Rangers quintet from Asheville, N.C. Nearly all of the 15 songs were Martin originals, most from his Grammy-winning The Crow: New Songs for the 5-String Banjo album, and he spiced them up with interludes of bone-dry humor.

    New Orleans' Jazz Fest wraps up another stellar run

  • The driver gave me the lines, an 'I could see he was grinnin', sure I'd make a mess of it.



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