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No doubt, the royals in Great Britain have it worse for ludicrous levels of scrutiny over trivialities and flaws.
Moya said he sees symbolism connected to GameStop trading, “as ludicrous” as it seems.
The federal government’s ludicrous stance puts patients and those who care for them in an unconscionable position.
Snyder fired Schottenheimer after that single season in Washington, despite the late-season turnaround, a decision made to appear even worse by the ludicrous Steve Spurrier era that followed.
And the girl, scarce believing her good fortune, departed with a speed that bordered on the ludicrous.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMERRAFAEL SABATINI
Even the simplest services are performed with an almost ludicrous waste of energy.
I met with a ludicrous instance of the dissipation of even latter days, a few months after my marriage.
In fact, to hear Skipper Worse utter the word Romarino was one of the most ludicrous things imaginable.
SKIPPER WORSEALEXANDER LANGE KIELLAND
Mollock's discharge by the magistrate put the Chief in a very ludicrous position.
She ran toward them, stumbling in a ludicrous fashion amidst the boulders, and then stopped a few yards away and gazed at Ida.
THE GOLD TRAILHAROLD BINDLOSS

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