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“They came out of this having shown that they could respond to a crisis, and still do pretty darn well,” Lashinsky says, “which is pretty good for the brand of the NBA.”
WHAT BUSINESS CAN LEARN FROM THE NBA BUBBLEBETH KOWITTOCTOBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
You would want to have enough clinical efficacy data by the time of an EUA to be pretty darn certain.
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You can buy off-brand winches pretty darn cheap, and this may be the best option if you’re rarely going to use it.
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We had to re-create that from absolute scratch…I had it worn and patched and darned.
HOW NETFLIX’S ‘THE CROWN’ ACHIEVES ITS LOOK—EVEN AS EACH SEASON EVOLVESRADMARYAAUGUST 29, 2020FORTUNE
I thought, if I ever did my job like this as an entrepreneur and a businessperson, I would be fired pretty darn quickly.
BRYNNE KENNEDY COULD BE THE FIRST FEMALE TECH FOUNDER TO SERVE IN CONGRESSEHINCHLIFFEAUGUST 24, 2020FORTUNE
Well, he wouldn't sell the furniture—he'd just move it into another house, and give her a darn good scare.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Ruth could not darn the rent in her dress with this continual motion, and she looked up to remonstrate.
RUTHELIZABETH CLEGHORN GASKELL
"I don't want any darn coffee," he growled, and sprawled himself stomach down on the bed, with his face turned from the light.
CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
Such minute attention must be given the wardrobe to preserve it that I have learned to darn like an artist.
FAMOUS ADVENTURES AND PRISON ESCAPES OF THE CIVIL WARVARIOUS
You can swear in churches, if folks are fools enough to let you, but darn me if you play double face here.
MENOTAHERNEST G. HENHAM
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO DARN

  • abuse
  • be evil
  • befoul
  • blaspheme
  • commit sacrilege
  • commit sin
  • contaminate
  • curse
  • cuss
  • damn
  • darn
  • debase
  • despoil
  • do wrong
  • flame
  • hoodoo
  • misuse
  • mock
  • mudsling
  • pervert
  • pollute
  • prostitute
  • put double whammy on
  • revile
  • scorn
  • swear
  • talk dirty
  • tar
  • trash
  • vice
  • violate
  • vitiate
  • voodoo
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