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  • He's currently in the middle of a tour to support album number eight, "Viva La Vodka" (Coverage), a compilation of live performances -- among them what one listener referred to as "swankified" takes of "Toxic," originally performed by Britney Spears, and "Don't Cha" by the Pussycat Dolls.

    The Power of Cheese

  • The heavy-metal group, Disturbed, whose "Down With the Sickness" turned up "swankified" in the movie "Dawn of the Dead," are fans.

    The Power of Cheese

  • The wedding is taking place in a very 'swankified' club the next town over.

    Telling Secrets

  • No one expects the full royal treatment, a Lady Di train or a Cinderella carriage, for these lavishly inconspicuous proceedings, but the rumors of price tags in the several millions and the daughter of George Soros hosting the former first family suggest a swankified affair.

    Chelsea Clinton's wedding: A very inviting proposition? Not for some VIPs.

  • But hey, your fame, it grows by leaps and bounds, even if they use a swankified version of your name!

    April 10, 2010 (barely)

  • His bro Kevin is swankified and doing the Entourage thing ....

    Live Blogging the 2007 Emmy Awards | the TV addict

  • Oh yes, and he's the very first Fit Reader of the Week on the newly-swankified

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  • Since I know you are all wondering what kind of tips he shared with us, here are some highlights from our swankified evening:

    An Ordinary Mom

  • In still others, the members of the church are so swankified, the minister couldn't possibly hope to keep up with all the Beau Brummels on his salary.

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  • The potential is obvious, and the open floorplan will lend a nice airy feel to the soon to be swankified space.



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