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TI offered a $100 rebate, which caused spokesman Bill Cosby to quip about how easy it was to sell a computer if you paid people $100 to buy one.

Allen Quip Provokes Outrage, Apology ; Mammy : Domestic servant of African descent, generally good-natured, often overweight,
an onsen is a quintessential Japanese experience and is a popular tourist activity.

Do-Over! is quintessential Hemley, full of wit and invention and brilliant language and warm humanity and when you least expect it-mid-bellylaugh, mid-bon mot-he will sneak up on you with a dazzlingly smart, deep-cutting insight into human nature.

kornheiser calls Ryan "the quintessential American sportswriter".

It is an almost quintessential Pete Candoli performance in the staccato-to-climax mode described earlier.

Quintessential Best as The Beatle who "was the best of all, as he set a new almost unexplored beat" with his "long dark mop of hair, is known in these parts as The Beatle." Despite achieving limited mainstream success, Yo La Tengo has been called "the quintessential critics' band" and maintains a strong cult following.

The quintessential summer meal in Rhode Island is chowder and clam cakes.

The policy's quintessential theme was a shift away from moral traditionalism towards individualized approaches based on ‘promoting responsibility, agency and prudent choice making' (Carabine, J 2007 pp. 952).

Tacitus was fascinated by the psychology of the emperor Tiberius, whom he regarded as the quintessential flawed tyrant, and the way that the long-drawn out insurgency in Africa with its many crises exposed his weaknesses.

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