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  • After a shower, half an hour of watching the gunfight and baseball coverage on TV, he called Swagger.

    Dead Zero

  • It's too bad that Swagger is a fiction, and that the notion of one man who can right wrongs is less plausible than the conspiracy fears that summoned him up as a solo world police force.

    GreenCine Daily: Shooter.

  • "Swagger is Nick Van Exel and Antonio McDyess, that's the way they play no matter their record," Webber said.

    National Basketball Association - Kings vs. Nuggets

  • It goes back, off and on, through generations, since somehow a mysterious fellow called Swagger appeared in the territory that would become Arkansas in 1783, from God knows where.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • It's call Swagger Jagger, but what is the title referring to?

    BBC News - Home

  • He calls Swagger a weasel behind all of the bravado.

    PWInsider Latest Articles

  • Cena says that there is one Raw superstar in the ring, wearing orange, who is calling Swagger a liar.

    PWInsider Latest Articles

  • The "Swagger" alternative is a disaster, and we will be left with another "Coalition of the Willing" - Bush's name for the 48 countries that supported his 2003 invasion of Iraq - with nations like Tonga, Slovakia, Rwanda and Albania watching our backs.

    Sharmine Narwani: US Swagger Equals Foreign Policy Disaster

  • Tucked near the bottom of the Washington Post's "Swagger" story was this illuminating paragraph which really deserves its own post: In a series of private conversations over the past few months, aides began second-guessing how they handled the Social Security debate, managed the public perception of the Iraq war and, most recently, the response to Katrina.

    09/24/2005

  • Fragrance: A major difference between one brand's "Swagger" antiperspirant and its "Classic" is the smell-a proprietary blend of chemicals lumped together under the vague rubric of "fragrance."

    GOOD

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