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a word used for misbehaving children

inspiring scornful pity

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dazed from or as if from repeated blows

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"I think that the irritation of the ways in which the European community has interfered with people's lives on silly levels or silly issues has irritated a lot of people who don't actually understand what the advantages and the disadvantages are," he told the paper.
I was hoping that there would have also been new legislation that made cyclists doing less than 12mph on the pavement having to make the noise of a snorting pig, but that is just being plain very very silly, they never ride at less than 12mph on the pavement.
Coleen says YOU say you argued over something "silly" but perhaps it wasn't silly to her or perhaps there's something else more serious underlying it and this silly row gave her the opportunity to go off like a volcano.
You say you argued over something "silly", but perhaps it wasn't silly to her or perhaps there's something else more serious underlying it and this silly row gave her the opportunity to go off like a volcano!
Silly Cow will be directed for Tip Top by Simon Philips who said: "Silly Cow is a fast-paced play with some hilariously acerbic lines which we guarantee will have the audience laughing out loud."
The sketch by the Monty Python team, who made their name in a 1970s television series, shows British actor and comedian John Cleese as a civil servant walking in unusual ways to the "Ministry of Silly Walks".
He named it after the town of Silly in western Belgium, where he was stationed with the Suffolk Regiment.
When asked to quantify the accrued benefits of the trips, Achie became emotional and referring to journalists as 'silly' before storming out of the press briefing at Nyong'o's boardroom.
She spent the next few days blaming herself for her silly mistake.
Told in playful rhyme by author Marc Ferrai and charmingly illustrated by Felipe Diaz Huarnez, "Don't Dilly Dally, Silly Sally" is an impressively entertaining picture book tribute to all the Silly Sallys of the world who march to the time of their own beat, and to the parents, grandparents and caregivers who love them.
Hatcher, who is playing a yet-to-be-introduced villain on the CW series, revealed on (https://twitter.com/HatchingChange/status/833904737955123204) Twitter that Smith gave her a Silly Putty on Tuesday "for a job well done" on set.
He agreed that we had enjoyed one of the best first halves of Rugby League we had seen for a long time, but said he couldn't understand why there were so many silly penalties given away, such as lifting a tackled player's leg and pushing the tackler in the chest at the play-the-ball, acts which no referee is going to ignore.
"Silly Novels by Lady-Novelists" (1856) was to become one of the most-often cited contemporary analyses of nineteenth-century women's writing.
I like words, I like silly words, and I like being silly with words.
The first 650, which good for a author who enjoy the media His latest book, The Crazy Adventures of the Silly Six, follows on from The Amazing Adventures of the Silly Six.