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- pronoun Person or entity whose
nameone does not want to mentionbut which is known to the person to whom one is speaking.
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on Twitter, and got hooted at plenty not that I blame anyone, but might the Colts be tempted to call you-know-who in Hattiesburg, Miss., if Collins struggles through another debacle or two like Sunday?
I never thought that someone might have a spiritual telephone with a direct line to you-know-who.
Cons: everyone assuming we voted for you-know-who being surrounded by everyone who voted for you-know-who it was a little on the chilly side
It was this judge, appointed by this President, and the brother of you-know-who.
We cannot enjoy peace of mind as long as we withhold self-compassion from you-know-who.
If you-know-who believed in Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz, then, by Oprah, that was good enough for most of the rest of us.
They look way better than any truffles you-know-who can make.
They are being invested to resucitate MY COUNTRY, which was left ravaged and moribund by you-know-who.
Yakuma and you-know-who are now standing back to back, holding their ground, she with her blades and him with his bat.
Man, I thought I was the only one who hated the ending for you-know-who.
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