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  • There may be some direct competition, someone else doing $8 or $10-a-month service.

    What's Playing—and Where

  • Iris will let him squish around in his wet Pull-Up until someone else changes it.

    Tricks

  • Infamously, Crawford at a formal dinner ridiculed Monroe for not knowing which fork to use for which course—as Monroe herself might have done with someone else twenty years hence, had she lived.

    All The Available Light

  • “Hey, Three-loop, time to give someone else a shot,” Chance shouted.

    Plain Language

  • Changing for someone else only discredits the incredible person you already are, and you should never allow anyone, especially you, to treat you with disrespect.

    The Lo-Down

  • The first Gail-sanctioned coping strategy was to ask someone else if the anxiety was appropriate.

    Balancing in High Heels

  • And then, as if to underscore the remaining ambiguity about Mussolinis legacy, someone else had come by with a different-colored spray paint and tried to obliterate that message.

    The Italian Summer

  • “You know, sometimes comforting someone else can be the best comfort for yourself,” Dr. Fitzgerald said.

    After Hours

  • He was fine, with not a scratch on him or his car, but he could see someone else who was not, a young woman struggling to open her banged-in door and get out of her car.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • Oh, Parson Tanner is a right good exhorter, no doubt; but when it comes to paying him anything, let someone else do it.

    Caddie Woodlawn’s Family

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