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There are positively delightful cameos throughout, which I won’t spoil.
While bird hunting last month in South Dakota, conditions were positively dreadful.
You’re trying to spin it positively by telling the guys they’ve been great to this point, but you also know they’re essentially in quarantine.
While resolutions are often phrased positively, Norcross said, they nevertheless create expectations for behavior, which can become a burden.
I think guys respect that, but it’s rare to have a guy that young step in and really affect his teammates as positively as he has.
Our behind-the-scenes guru Chris Gates joins us on the mic, we take shots at our prior prognostications, and nosh on what we feel is positively persaged.
Francis DeBernardo, executive director of the Maryland-based New Ways Ministry, described Francis’ comments as a “historic moment” that “signals that the church is continuing to develop more positively its approach to LGBTQ issues.”
I may not be so creative, but — especially in my tiara — I’m positively glommorous.
When your brand is mentioned positively somewhere on the web, it’s an opportunity to get backlinks.
On Friday, the day after the results were finalized, the rural community was positively buzzing with … talk about how nothing is buzzing.

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