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stale air

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Defamer's sardonic posts typically garner 50,000 visits a day, while Go Fug Yourself racks up 15,000 daily visits.
Her dedication, energy, patience and talent make up for the fug of snipers and the shouting mum.
The 62 year-old Asch, who balked at the prospect of releasing a recording by a group called the Yodeling Anarcho-Socialists, the original band name suggested by Sanders and Smith, was inexplicably satisfied with a second name proposed by Kupferberg, the Fugs Jug Band.
Shopkeepers lit smoky oil lamps - I'll never forget the warm, acrid fug - and cash went in and out of manual tills.
The 2000 existing low-tech stations will soon be joined by another 500 (all coal-fired), and cities like Datong - China's coal capital - now have so much pollution that the sky is dark at noon, so lunchtime traffic has to crawl through the fug with its headlights on.
This is designed to influence tenant choice but takes no account of individual private preferences for fresh air or fug, nor of the cost.
And when the time came to act, they found themselves in such a total fug that within days hospitals were on red alert, supermarkets were running out of food, businesses were going bust, schools closed and the buses were grinding to a halt.
So it's something of a mystery then that we're still even talking about Cannon & Ball all these decades on from their humble beginnings cracking gags amidst the Woodbine fug of '70s clubland.
The show contains implicit warnings about apathy that director Clare Dow hopes filter through the fug of sex, dance and music.
Tim's sweetness contrasts with the jaded cynicism of the other characters, gradually shaking them out of their fug and providing the dramatic momentum for the film's uplifting resolution.
Honestly, there must be flies frozen in mid-air in their Hollywood bathroom, so thick is the fug of lacquer.
Nothing about Alwinton Show on Saturday was calculated to shock me into the present, and the rich fug of cigarette smoke that greeted me as I walked into the beer tent almost induced a Proustian return to the Tyneside pubs I began frequenting in about 1970.
And so I settled down in a fug of red wine to sup up all the cholesterol-stoking treats in Delia's Classic Christmas on BBC2 - her first Yuletide outing for nearly 20 years.
Although sit-coms of genius such as Seinfeld, Friends and Frasier, and HBO programmes, such as The Wire and Sopranos, sometimes shine through the fug, the news is a succession of gleaming veneers below too much eye make-up and bouffant hair - and the women are just as bad.
Thus the Chubby Grocer becomes the Grubby Choser and the air of desperation surrounding grocery retail becomes a thick fug.