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  • n. The property of being screwy. Insanity, craziness, eccentricity.


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  • There are no injury scars on it and because the screwiness starts near the apex, I suspect the cause was internal.

    A screwed up snail

  • We have an issue with our web host who is using a 3-year-old version of a Perl module that is causing some screwiness with MT; that might be the culprit.

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  • Surrounded by decay, death and dulcet screwiness, Horten slowly but surely gets back on life's track.

    At Rockies Fest,

  • Just a reminder, with all the screwiness Blogger has had of late I'm still having trouble posting, folks who use the service may wish to back up their templates and save them to their hard drives.

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  • Add to Mexico's screwiness the numerous and fundamental cultural differences, and how they will strike you over time; and you've got nothing but perceptions problems.

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  • If I wasn't a veteran of all that screwiness in TunFaire I might not be calm.

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  • I have a complaint a second, it seems: our litigiousness, our racial screwiness, our political correctness, our violence, the grotesque nature of our popular culture.

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  • The film needs at least to entertain the possibility that its protagonist was driven less by high principle than by lamentable screwiness.

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  • Preston Sturges 'classy madness to its screwiness and, in the steep skyscraper shots and sheer cleverness, something of the Coen Bros.'

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  • "I think he really developed his screwiness as a defense mechanism so that people would be laughing at what he did rather than laughing at him."

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