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It was a thing — a random, vulgar thing — and it could have exploded into an even bigger story.
Meredith, who prosecutors said had a history of drug use and mental illness, texted a friend vulgar, misogynistic messages in which he threatened to shoot both women, according to court records.
It has become a mantra that has been repeated to the point where it has become a vulgar term to us.
It was the first time in his life that he had been what is vulgarly known as "over head and ears in love."
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
It is of the same kind as the "Rowan," or mountain ash, which was and even now is vulgarly worn as a remedy against witchcraft.
Many insects vulgarly supposed to be different species are but males and females of one race seeking each other for mating.
By the natives it is vulgarly called abon duchem, or, father long-beard.
But yet not ready to admit sundry divinations vulgarly raised upon them.
A few minutes ago you looked vulgarly hot, and now you are pale enough for the grave.
He will be vulgarly stuck up, and excruciate me with every French word he attempts to pronounce.
MAGNUM BONUMCHARLOTTE M. YONGE

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