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Their music CDs often have a warning label attached because of their famously crude lyrics.

Merkel famously said at the time that spying between friends “isn’t on”.

He was notoriously bad at answering his phone but famously fluent by SMs.
By GRETCHEN REYNOLDS The holiday season is famously ruinous to waistlines.

He famously said: “The secret is in the dirt” — meaning the practice range.

557746 Perhaps most famously it was used in the 1952 trial of Derek Bentley.

She famously rented out her garage to co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

Macbeth famously lamented that “to be thus is nothing; but to be safely thus.”

Cohen would eventually-and famously-describe this as “the high lonesome sound.”

This famously diverse archipelago is a once-in-a-lifetime trip for good reason.

Jordan famously wore them anyway, and Nike paid the $5000 fine after each game.

The rapper famously grabbed the singer’s mic at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

He famously described slavery as a “positive good” rather than a “necessary evil.”

The series is most famously known for Bill Buckner’s critical error at first base.

This is where Mitt Romney famously declared that “corporations are people” in 2011.

Warren Buffett famously recommends buying stock in companies you know and understand.

As presidential candidate Rick Perry famously said in a 2011 televised debate, “Oops.”

In the video, the famously foul-mouthed actor wears a T-shirt that says, “Motherfunder.”

famously, the UAW has failed to organize a single one of these sprawling assembly plants.

Actor Jones’ famously rich, booming voice was another key touchstone for “The Lion Guard.”

famously guaranteed victory in Super Bowl III (1969) over the Baltimore Colts, the favored team.

Don Draper famously said, “If you don’t like what’s being talked about, change the conversation.”

Times change Pete Rose, man of famously good judgment, complains about Donaldson leaving the game.

In 2013, for example, he famously said, “Who am I to judge” gay priests who seek to do God’s will.

That included a guest to Ottawa on Tuesday, Henry Winkler, famously known as “The Fonz” on Happy Days.