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  • He was a lean tobacco-chewing New Englander, the one daring spirit in his family that had heard and answered the call of the

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  • On the subject of ballet versus baseball, Monica Davey, in Friday's issue of The New York Times, more than implied that the game for tobacco-chewing men-in-tight-pants would give the politico-in-just-tights more traction than his proclivity for Balanchine:

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  • If Limbaugh were just another tobacco-chewing bigot with a white hood twisting hemp in his hands in the back of a pick-up truck, he could be easily dismissed.

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  • By the time the cowboy boot-wearing, tobacco-chewing former college quarterback unseated two-term Democratic Sen. Chuck Robb in 2000, the GOP controlled both houses of the Virginia General Assembly, the offices of governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, both U.S.

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  • Now, though, in his mid-50s, he couldn't care less about whether British journalists want to portray him as some tobacco-chewing, dog-owning, gun-wielding, share-cropping southerner: I didn't have a problem with being misconstrued.

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  • In the new episode, for instance, he helps a woman threatened by insurance fraudsters by pretending to be a tobacco-chewing hot-rodder from the Tarheel State.

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  • As the rest of us shriek and pound our fists, and Tigers manager Jim Leyland reaches for a fistful of Marlboros, the Quaint Baseball Defenders maintain that these anomalous, once-in-a-generation catastrophes are not sufficient cause to fork the game over to modernism, cameras and tobacco-chewing robots.

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  • As Earle Labor states (in his Jack London, New York: Twayne, 1974), "To Build a Fire" is a story of mood and atmosphere, hallmarks of London's finest works, to which must be added masterful characterization — of a red-bearded, tobacco-chewing human, "quick and alert in the things of life, but only in the things, and not in the significances."

    “Day had broken cold and gray, exceedingly cold and gray, . . . .”

  • The worst I've seen haven't been Texan wrecks, and why in the WORLD do some of you assume we're all gun-toting, tobacco-chewing, cammo-wearing rednecks.

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  • CCC ptooey reminds me of the tobacco-chewing cupcake from Cabin Boy.

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