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  • adverb In a nerdish manner.


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nerdish +‎ -ly


  • There are some hugely funny bits, and some inspiring bits, and some nerdishly interesting bits, and some bits that read like essays in the New Yorker which in fact two of the chapters were.

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  • Bielsa, a man who spends hours in front of football DVDs nerdishly analysing tactics and hatching future plans, is likely to stick with his favoured 3-3-1-3 formation, pressing Brazil high up the pitch and hoping to break up their rhythm as well as hitting them fast on the counter.

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  • If we are going to be nerdishly picky about this, it isn't exactly the same dress on all three publications.

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  • Live coverage of the House of Representatives voting on H.R. 3962 the \ "Affordable Health Care for America Act. \" Was my rush to watch this nerdishly wonky?

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  • (Of course, Kimmelman nerdishly buys his "first pair of hiking boots ... on the Upper West Side of Manhattan" in order to do so.)

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  • But she had to be the sort of person who would nerdishly craft prose like that to please a precociously literary young man.

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  • A bit of a debate here about the male-ness of cycling. some say it's excessively, even nerdishly blokey.

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  • For me part of the pleasure has been sitting down as a family to share an experience - more important than navel gaving or nerdishly examining every nuance of every episode.

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  • This is probably just going to confirm to all who thought I was slightly off kilter that I am in fact full blown nerdishly weird, but oh well.

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  • - Apple's done something weird, and yet nerdishly cool at the same time: It's hired a Senior Prototype Scientist with expertise in wearable computing.

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