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  • Bush's propaganda czarina Karen Hughes -- her official jawbreaking title is

    John Brown: The Second Coming of Karen Hughes

  • I love his current name, it's replete with the heritage of the part of Nigeria he comes from and it isn't even one of thosee supposedly jawbreaking Nigerian ones that Westerners who have no problem with pronouncing Cholmondeley-Smythson or Condoleezza or even Freud complain about....

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • I love his current name, it's replete with the heritage of the part of Nigeria he comes from and it isn't even one of thosee supposedly jawbreaking Nigerian ones that Westerners who have no problem with pronouncing Cholmondeley-Smythson or Condoleezza or even Freud complain about....

    Conversation with my friend

  • I seem to hear pronounced by some of his kin at such a time his original wild name in some jawbreaking or else melodious tongue.

    Walking

  • He heard it as a child in Australia and he thinks "the fun consists in the avoidance of all pronouns, which results in jawbreaking sentences."

    Children's Literature A Textbook of Sources for Teachers and Teacher-Training Classes

  • He was a quiet, gentlemanly young fellow, blessed with a goodly share of Irish wit, and a rich vocabulary of jawbreaking words.

    A Ball Player's Career Being the Personal Experiences and Reminiscensces of Adrian C. Anson

  • To be honest, this album feels more quantity than quality and it definitely detracts from the jawbreaking feel of the first album

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • To be honest, this album feels more quantity than quality and it definitely detracts from the jawbreaking feel of the first album

    All Updates @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com

  • The jawbreaking 'Anorthosis Famagusta' (sounds, in fact, a bit like a medical complaint affecting the jaw) are playing in Group B of the Champions League and are doing fairly well too, thank you.

    Dublin Opinion

  • THE PHYSICAL SCIENTIFIC The drive to make linguistics scientific flooded the literature with jawbreaking terms derived with new affixes of - ival, - eme, and allo - (adjectivals, phonemes and morphemes, allomorphs and allosemes).

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol III No 2

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