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  • Dr. Summers has put his well-chewed foot in his capacious mouth once again, as Frank Rich notes with disgust, and in so doing given us a clear enough insight into the kind of advice Barack Obama is willing to listen to.

    No Mulligans!

  •             He was placed in my arms in the delivery room, cleansed and swaddled, his skin the pink of well-chewed bubble gum.

    The Prettiest Lie

  • It can be as difficult to separate a physicist from a cherished model as it is to drag a dog away from a well-chewed bone.

    How to Teach Physics to Your Dog

  • He was placed in my arms in the delivery room, cleansed and swaddled, his skin the pink of well-chewed bubble gum.

    The Prettiest Lie

  • Of learning to resist the altogether too many of those who will encourage you to write -- to direct -- or to give a performance that, like a well-chewed cud, will have already been pre-digested, asking only that you become the latest artist to merely regurgitate it.

    Larry Gelbart: A Word to the Newly Wise

  • This unique card design is the property of personal trainer Poul Nielsen from Canada, featuring a name that is difficult to read until you have stretched the card fully in the same manner like a piece of well-chewed gum.

    Chewy Business Cards

  • Anyway, the longish column of a blog post is about Scalia's well-chewed theory of interpretation.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • Zena stared back, then, prompted by a memory of her mother with her baby brother, she placed her mouth against his and transferred some of the well-chewed berries.

    Circles of Stone

  • 'Now that's unfair,' he said, swallowing a well-chewed mouthful.

    Quite Ugly One Morning

  • The man closed the car door, then took the object from his mac pocket a well-chewed tennis ball, which he hurled across the waste ground, urging the dog to fetch it.

    Hard Frost

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