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a person of subnormal intelligence

a city in Argentina, to the west of Buenos Aires

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Yet the Judd exhibition not only looked superb, it also uplifted Herzog & de Meuron's spectacular fiasco to the point that several moronically conspicuous details--such as air vents--suddenly looked well positioned and even interesting.
In America (and on Fox TV in particular) the tone was moronically celebratory, in the shameless style adopted by William Randolph Hearst's men when covering their nasty little wars.
Rather than chaotically spattering instruments all over the place (which is moronically typical with a lot of pop 5.
Having greeted the visitors with a moronically crude dressing room poster that would struggle to sustain a snigger in a particularly dim Third Form, it certainly wouldn't come as a major surprise to learn that he had decided to send them on their way with icy ablutions.
Battling with one of the most moronically oblivious, incessantly chattering crowds seen down at the club in a long time, Kinch's trio actually succeeded in gaining some semblance of attention by the end of their uncompromising set.
Instead, I smiled moronically and mumbled that I didn't know.
The lollipop-licking, moronically grinning pal packs up his action figures and relocates to a City of Angels motel.
It pops up and moronically observes, "It looks like you're writing a letter
Inevitably, sex turns violent when Godfrey and his thugs go to work on Bubbles and her friends, giggling moronically like a bunch of droogs.
Or that there is a moronically evil undercurrent to the whole enterprise that appears to be wishing marital discord on the celeb couples taking part.
There are thousands of gaming apps to download and tragically I have developed an addiction to a few lifewasting options, tapping away moronically for no obvious reason.
I saw the page last night (and moronically neglected to take a screengrab), and, while it was written mostly in Arabic, it contained the date May 15, 2011, the rough date of Israeli independence which Palestinians call Nakba Day.