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  • I don't know the family, so I'm not going to speculate as to whether they'll learn from this super-public disaster.

    November 2009

  • Then governor of Arkansas, Huckabee hoped the super-public ceremony -- which took place in an arena full of more than 6,000 people -- would spark a wave of covenant marriages, legal contracts available in only three states that commit couples to counseling and a two-year waiting period before divorce.

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

  • Naturally, before discussing the economy, Lauer asked Spitzer about his super-public fall from grace.

    Gothamist

  • As someone who never got into IM, super-public IM seems like a step back.

    SugarBank

  • ON AVOIDING A HOLLYWOOD EGO: "You'll never see me shopping on Robertson Boulevard or hanging out in super-public spaces like that.

    TrekWeb - Browse, Bicker, and Boldly Go (Star Trek)

  • "You'll never see me shopping on Robertson Boulevard or hanging out in super-public spaces like that.

    I Like Her Style!

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