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use "savage" in a sentence

Savage says "it is far too early for us to be saying what we think."

“I know a very attractive sculptress there named Augusta Savage.”

We believe he is of no risk of danger, added Slager's lawyer, Andy Savage.

It was a savage scene, and for detectives, a long list of possible suspects.

He was the nicest person and he was always looking out for all of us, Savage said.

A savage anti-black justice system killed her in an effort to demonstrate otherwise.

More recently she starred on sitcom 'Benidorm' as hotel manager Joyce Temple-Savage.

British arts blogger Michael Savage has been a vocal opponent of the selfie in museums.

Cathy Savage Llama: There are fewer ob/gyn doctors with each having many more patients.

Savage says radios and other devices often have software owned by the outside supplier.

View Oldest Comments First hootie said today at 6:56 AM Such disgusting savage behavior.

Fellow blogger Dan Savage, a friend of Sullivan's, tweeted that he will "miss the Dish."

Paul O'Grady writes about his rise to fame as Lily Savage "There was only one thing for it.

Savage called it "The Feeny Crew," a reference to Daniels' character on the television show.

Slager's attorney, Andy Savage, did not respond to a request for comment on the court filing.

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