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cheap and inferior

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First on your list, dispensing with any rubbishy friends today.
Because the rest of us are on the same rubbishy old trains where half of us have to stand up because there are no seats (because the service is run by a rodentfaced Tory weasel whose only concern is the profit margin) and we're eating the same disgraceful food while paying the highest ticket prices in Europe.
Nothing succeeds like publicity, and the publicity being given to basically rubbishy children's books with crude titles like The Queen's Knickers has ensured they are widely offered to children.
The PM responds his government isn't half as rubbishy as the last Labour one.
I don't want to walk around with Rennies in my pocket and indigestion tablets in my satchel" TV chef Gordon Ramsay "I think they are complete rubbishy sluts.
Media reports said that nearly 16 water tankers were out of order in the water supply department of CDA situated in G-10 Markaz and nexus of private takers owners and CDA is rubbishy grinding the people as they were paying 1200 to 1500 rupees to buy one private water tanker.
However, he never offers an explanation about all this spending, which was financed by increasingly rubbishy films.
We hope, however, they have taken the rubbishy bits and used them in the online clips they've released called Pond Life.
Howard also did her best for the rubbishy words of two of Elgar's 'Sea Pictures', her tones radiant and burnished, but music which sat oddly in advance of the nationalistic beanfeast shortly to follow.
My best DD experience, though, was the meal I had before I sat down to write this review -- still struggling against time, but without Carol and Carlos, and CCD's rubbishy coffee replacing the good old Colombian brew.
As for the professional trader, the Jellaba, he in baronial eyes was an equally undesirable immigrant, battering on the villages, selling rubbishy goods at a vast profit, and introducing venereal disease.
A sane person, it seems to me, would conclude that it does not, and go on to examine the heretical notion that the critical importance of being Number One in the world might in fact be a rubbishy idea, the product of a shallow, ignorant, greedy, power-hungry, and demagogic political mind.
Here were produced rubbishy newspapers containing almost nothing except sport, crime and astrology, sensational five-cent novelettes, films oozing with sex and sentimental songs which were composed entirely by mechanical means.
And, furthering this series' trend for really rubbishy rewards, Lord Sugar treated them to a "private karaoke party" - which, roughly translated, meant singing Queen's We Are The Champions in cheap glittery cowboy hats amidst the still stacked chairs of a closed All Bar One.