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1- Radio’ is a smidgeon better than this.
2- Lady Jay the Impetuous discovers an instinct for a smidgeon of dignity!
3- As it turns out , those accusations may actually have a smidgeon of scientific merit.
4- Because they think her smidgeon of fame will attract a lashing of celebrity seekers.
5- As regards the registers, each measured 1.250″ dead with not a smidgeon of difference.
6- A nother interesting area a smidgeon off the tourist track is Islington, once home to Tony Blair.
7- Now and the a smidgeon of truth may creep in but we will cope with that I’m sure.
8- Not a smidgeon of added sugar (or artificial sweetener either)in this little gem but it’s plenty sweet.
9- Previous adventures in Reus coverage have given Jim and I lots to be excited about, alongside a smidgeon of confusion.
10- And not just by a smidgeon either , but by a cumulative 10% or more over the course of three years.
11- There is a smidgeon of grain noticeable in the daytime shots and there is also a small amount of artifacting to be had.
12- It is, apparently, acceptable to enjoy whimsy and humour when it is about something gritty â€“ Brassed Off or The Full Monty â€“ but not when some of the jokes demand a smidgeon of education.
13- After Katrina, police, National Guard, even the Lake Patrol (near Lake Pontchartrain), anyone with a smidgeon of authority, were confiscating firearms with no receipt, and no recourse.
14- Macintyre’s barbed paragraph about Chisholm in his Concise History even has a smidgeon of the religious bigotry of Dunmore Lang, without spelling it out too explicitly, in the nasty little reference to mortal sin and Christian virtue.
15- We promise, as intelligent and dedicated professionals, that as soon as the very first smidgeon of evidence comes to our attention of some other mechanism for the changes in life forms over time, we will consider that evidence as carefully as we consider any other evidence.
16- You would have thought there might be a problem of some sort: just a small failure perhaps; something which would suggest that all was not well within the house of the world champions; something which would give the rest a smidgeon of hope for the remainder of the season.
17- Regardless, this is a more complex pricing structure (imagine a seasoned chef whose recipe is a “pinch of this” a ” smidgeon of that.” The operative word is “seasoned.”) So, for the purposes of this newsletter, we will primarily discuss the traditional methods and models of setting fees.
18- Surely any reasonable person, with this mind, would allow for even a smidgeon of something suspicious over the way these allegations have come about?
19- Of course, you may hit some bombs when you catch the ball “Pure.” But wouldn’t you rather have a higher percentage of hitting the ball “Pure” by scaling back your swing speed just a smidgeon ?
20- There’s a touch of this, a little smidgeon of that, a dash of something else, like when you’re cooking.
21- Like The Beatles and the Stones and Talcy Malcy McLaren and Bernie ‘Clash’ Rhodes and just about everybody who’s had a smidgeon of cool in Britpop, two of Cud were art students.
22- Never mind that this match and the Olympiakos match 3 days later may afford Moysie a slim chance to resurrect a smidgeon of his shattered reputation.
23- Even if rates are a smidgeon better in July, it’s safer to open a top easy-access cash ISA, so you bag the gain now.
24- Mann tries to combine the desperation of their plight with a more lyrical look at Indian respect for struggle and death, all of which sits together a smidgeon uneasily until the final reel.
25- The only local road which VED contributes a smidgeon to , is the A64 which I would not particularly wish to pedal along.
26- I ‘m going to question the BBC experts, academics and researchers of Genius from the position of a complete oik, not a specialist, and absolutely not qualified to do so … although what’s to lose other than a tiny reputation as a writer (wi’mi’mum) and a smidgeon of personal pride.
27- Now before anyone says it won’t have a smidgeon of the impact that the Upper Case version does, we are already aware.
28- The basic premise is almost the exact opposite of the far superior film PLEASANTVILLE, and might have worked if they had just a smidgeon of the originality shown in that one.
29- Particularly on older model pumps, there’s a smidgeon more of extra gas â€“ which you’ve paid for! â€“ trapped in nozzle of the handle that otherwise won’t end up in your tank.
30- But Jesus never inserted a few inches of distance between himself and his apostles, a smidgeon of deniability, just in case.
31- They were, by and large, social anarchists with a smidgeon of libertarianism, believing more strongly in self-rule and also in “you mind your business and I’ll mind mine.”
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