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  • The remedy for this needn't be a hundred-and-one policy announcements.

    The dangers with a Tory policy blitz

  • She gives a good account of the things to learn in order to survive, such as shopping, coping with propane gas, finding a housekeeper and a gardener, learning the currency and so on through a hundred-and-one small adjustments.

    Mexico Magic by Dru Pearson

  • Corporate special interests are using 21st century technology in a hundred-and-one ways to sever the bonds that extend from people to government.

    Candidate for Congress from Nevada proposes a revolutionary voting system

  • Soon the hormones would begin to flow and Corry would lose interest in cooking and cleaning and the other hundred-and-one chores that keep a household up and running.

    Little Girl Blue

  • Hell, the hundred-and-one year old Queen Mum, whose time was well up, mind you, probably got more coverage for croaking in her sleep than this whole conflict has.

    bard Diary Entry

  • With respect, people can come up with a hundred-and-one excuses.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • These and a hundred-and-one other such questions flash through his brain as he lies on the ground with his little party, all vigorously puffing pipes or cigarettes.

    Three years in France with the Guns: Being Episodes in the life of a Field Battery

  • I assume the nature of boys of the present day to be similar to that of boys twenty years ago; and if so, I suspect that all these services have added about as much to the growth and strength of their religious principles, as the hundred-and-one paternosters and ave-marias muttered by a monk of Camaldoli for the last half century.

    Confessions of an Etonian

  • And, so saying, the kind Proprietor leaves me to see to the hundred-and-one things he has to do to-day, only stopping the Boots, who now arrives with the double-caped waterproof I had sent him for, to point me out to him, and to tell him to order a private table for me in the _salle à manger_ "at -- at?"

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 101, August 8, 1891

  • Red Triangle and watch Bessie's nimble fingers handing out hot coffee, sandwiches, or any of the hundred-and-one things which those industrious workers managed to have in store for the wearers of Uncle Sam's khaki, so as to make them feel that here was indeed a touch of home life, though far removed from the actual thing.

    Air Service Boys Flying for Victory or, Bombing the Last German Stronghold


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