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Then, the shenanigans began thanks to the rules governing the electoral college.
Marketers say that they expect the typical wheeling and dealing to continue as usual, even if the usual shenanigans of the boondoggle aren’t possible to fully recreate virtually.
It explores the exhilaration of a low buzz, of concocting a ridiculous plan with your friends and then embarking on that plan even though you’re too old for these shenanigans.
His various shenanigans could have made people more likely to see unbecoming characteristics in Bill Clinton.
None of the social media memes about changed ballots or other shenanigans have stood up in court.
I dont like companiestoo much shenanigan about stock and directors and meetings.
THE BOSS OF WIND RIVERDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
I'll darn soon show ye what's the matter with me, you come any o' your shenanigan around here.
BACK HOMEEUGENE WOOD
"We need a good shenanigan," agreed the president unhappily.
ATTENTION SAINT PATRICKWILLIAM FITZGERALD JENKINS
He was a bold man who attempted any shenanigan with Mart Haney, and the games of his halls were reported honest.
MONEY MAGICHAMLIN GARLAND

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