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Would judges have the power to throw out frivolous lawsuits and even fine the lawyers and the litigants

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Drug companies claim the union and consumer plan would encourage frivolous lawsuits

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The frivolous, fun-loving flappers of the twenties

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Sometimes we repress our good humour, because we are afraid that others will think we are frivolous or foolish

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5

When philosophers take liberties with language to make their distinctive points they are not frivolous

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She believed in him and she was not a frivolous person, so her opinion counted

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7

Carnival ride

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8

People sell junk scavenged from the garbage

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9

The city dump where the squatters scavenge to survive

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10

Hoses were scavenged from wrecked buildings and appropriated from whole ones

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11

Our only backup unit has been scavenged for parts since our budget was slashed last year

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12

Experts on the red kite, spectacular bird with a wingspan of up to 6 feet, say it is essentially a scavenger which feeds on carrion rather than attacking sheep or game birds

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13

There were the small herbivores and scavengers and hunters scuttling in the undergrowth, hiding from the larger predators who occasioned down from the heights

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14

A mass exodus out of America

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A reputation as a scavenger of discarded odds and ends

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16

The charred remains of a body was discovered by scavengers searching for scrap metal yesterday morning

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17

I claw at the floor, the walls, the odds and ends and knick-knacks that they decorated the apartment with

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The room was cluttered with odds and ends, computer parts and engine pieces

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19

Here they seem most at home

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As a goodwill gesture

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We have a slight edge in the mediation

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It will definitely grow your mind

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23

I looked up to see Brody onstage, his dishevelled dark brown hair flopping across his forehead and both hands hanging onto the microphone

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24

His dark brown, nearly black hair flopped over one eyebrow as he smiled crookedly, a smile girls back in Sanorn had once loved

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25

Liz flopped down into the armchair

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26

There was some brief talk of adjourning to the bar, but we were too tired, and so flopped under the tightly-tucked blankets and sheets instead

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27

So much for business. How have you been doing lately. It is a pity we have not got the opportunity to chat about more interesting and pleasant things so far

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28

Benjamin and I are in frequent contact. You know him. He cannot stay idle and is always acting on something

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29

Finally, on a different note, I congratulate Prime Minister on securing for historic and gastronomic Parma the seat of the Food Safety Agency

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30

The air was thick with incense smoke from joss sticks and everyone was eating

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The air was thick with tension

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32

The air was thick with grit and smoke, its acidic taste coating the insides of her mouth

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33

The air is often thick with the perfume of jasmine and orange blossom

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34

She would like to speak to any youngster, whether living at home, in private rent or council accommodation

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35

Without the alternative of new council housing for rent, record numbers are now homeless and in temporary flats and slum hotels

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36

A council flat [modifier]; British; denoting housing provided by a local council at a subsidized rent

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A retiring, acquiescent woman

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38

His tasteful interpretation never force the music in to being something that it is not, and his temperament is well matched to that of the retiring and modest composer

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Toy was a quiet and retiring man focused on the local church and missions

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40

Local councils are apparently not above hiring private detectives to keep tabs on the comings and goings of certain gentleman clubs

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41

Keeping track of the goings and comings of companies in the industry, as you know, is an impossible task

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42

The rain over the past couple of days meant the going was heavy with the conditions testing the stamina of the horses

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43

A huge crowd was a Park where the going was good but the rain dampened spirits a little

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44

It may be prudent to ensure that real property is carefully titled while the going is good

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45

The paths were covered with drifting snow and the going was difficult

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46

Ditches and tree roots always make the going difficult in the woodland sections at this venue

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47

I am scared of heights

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48

A knife with a serrated edge

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49

When she surfaced, something brushed across her arm, yellow heart-shaped leaf with serrated edges

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50

My forearms are on fire

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51

There is a whole community of bees in there

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52

Baked eggs are a lovely, easy dish to serve to company especially when the company has arrived en masse

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53

Scout ahead of her

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54

There eyes do not blink

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55

The depravity of this man is boundless

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56

The theory has at least a sporting chance of being right

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57

If we can reproduce last Sunday's performance then there is a sporting chance that we will resurrect our league aspirations against what prior to last Sunday seemed to be mountainous odds

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58

His quick wit and confident delivery had the audience in fits of laughter

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59

Eventually, after half an hour rolling around on the floor in fits of laughter, I managed to regain my composure

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