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  • Democrats will point out Republican ties to Big Oil, and Republicans will chide what they'll call a lackadaiscal response by the White House.

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  • I guess being foreign (uk) and unable to vote I was kind of lackadaiscal prior to the VP pick but that has incensed me and now I am frothing at the mouth trying my damndest to warn everyone I meet of the hideousness of SP.

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  • But I look around at my age-adjacent friends and at me and I see most of us floundering in the post-collegiate sea, trying to figure things out. trying to put together a social circle without the benefit of classes and lackadaiscal college-atmosphere, which is no mean feat.

    In the Meantime...

  • ` ` We got lackadaiscal, but we won a game, '' Dwyane Wade said.

    USATODAY.com - Basketball - Indiana vs. Miami

  • "We've got to win these games, the first half was pretty lackadaiscal," Duncan said.

    National Basketball Association - Hawks vs. Spurs

  • SC-01: The lackadaiscal Henry Brown, fresh off of barely beating Linda Ketner last year, is facing a primary challenge from a young go-getter with a prominent (if laughable) family name:

    Swing State Project

  • AUSTINTOWN - Salem Lady Quakers head coach Jeff Andres admitted Thursday afternoon that his team became a little lackadaiscal at times during its district semifinal matchup with the Kenston Lady Bombers.

    Salem News

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