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  1. My bill was ridiculously high.
  2. It’s ridiculously simple, I swear.
  3. Ridiculously out of context isn’t it.
  4. Him and his ridiculously thin moustache.
  5. Thanks for raising the bar ridiculously.

  6. I was ridiculously happy that he was here.
  7. She was a bombshell, but ridiculously thick.
  8. On one of the ridiculously useless days of that.
  9. He held his ridiculously long pipe in his left hand.
  10. Obviously the intent here behind this ridiculously.
  11. It had sounded ridiculously clear, which meant that.
  12. The OTO is ridiculously inexpensive; upgraded members.
  13. Like the man himself and his ridiculously charming dog.
  14. That’s when Abigail said, ridiculously, Whatever.
  15. I just stared at it and, ridiculously, burst into tears.

  16. El Faya knew this was a ridiculously dangerous assignment.
  17. First, the doctor which was a ridiculously stupid mistake.
  18. Glastonbury without wellies, it was ridiculously hopeless and.
  19. The boy was so ridiculously considerate of that, and of what I.
  20. Billy is ridiculously young, she said to the constant Adair.
  21. Antony smiled to himself, ridiculously pleased with the compliment.
  22. Having this mortal beep so ridiculously late was kind of an insult.
  23. And those proclaimed cures in a bottle are ridiculously expensive.
  24. I was in the library I said, but, ridiculously my voice broke.
  25. The more ridiculously overvalued a company was, the more it soared.

  26. Almost, except that he had no desire to laugh, ridiculously different.
  27. It covered the ground at speed, unhampered by the ridiculously large.
  28. Below the waterline, the hull had been thinned out to a ridiculously.
  29. The only appropriate reply is to come up with a ridiculously low price.
  30. That sobered all of them and the rest of the hall seemed ridiculously loud.
  31. Such ratios will vary by industry, but in this case, 15 is ridiculously high.
  32. However, the flats were atrociously furnished, dirty and ridiculously expensive.
  33. She was ridiculously bright-eyed for someone who should have had a massive hangover.
  34. What are you doing back here? he asked irritably in his ridiculously shrill voice.
  35. So we can use them to kill Reg, who is ridiculously undeserving of being the king of Lincra.
  36. The bike sped down Independence, then onto the Parkway, which can be ridiculously curvy in spots.
  37. They shook hands, both thinking that they were being ridiculously too formal, and left the tearoom.
  38. He was here again and offered me a pair of horses—beautiful animals—at a ridiculously low price.
  39. She was told twenty military doctors would be in attendance but that estimate was ridiculously low.
  40. Carroll looked up and saw a sparsely blond-haired man with a ridiculously innocent grin on his face.
  41. Then Palamedes, whenever he appears in tragedy, proves Agamemnon ridiculously unfit to be a general.
  42. For these opportunities I charge you the ridiculously small percentage of one-eighth of one per cent.
  43. He was conscious of being irritated by ridiculously small causes, which were half of his own creation.
  44. All the stuff was sitting in the car with us and we ridiculously tried to cover it all up with jackets.
  45. Zach is the 28 year old, second in line of the three smoking hot, ridiculously wealthy Demovic brothers.
  46. They needn't have worried; Bindi’s brain was concentrated on not tripping in her ridiculously high heels.
  47. He looks down at her and her ridiculously sexy bedroom eyes and promptly turns his attention to the ceiling.
  48. This six-minute, hard rock pseudo-opera is also ridiculously fun, no matter how many times you have heard it.
  49. He realized how ridiculously risky the trade was, and got out before his father's account was totally destroyed.
  50. The ridiculously handsome stranger opened his eyes, looked at her intently for a moment, and then sprang to life.
  51. In the public realm, particularly the hedge fund world, monthly performance is ridiculously overemphasized.
  52. They had done it after all, and that at the price of what most generals would consider ridiculously low casualties.
  53. That night whilst laying in our ridiculously cramped tent, the sound of lugubrious singing floated across the Danube.
  54. This controversial, newly arrived, closer planet offered some fantastic solutions for a ridiculously overpopulated globe.
  55. She never smiled; and indeed why should she? But the more she didn't smile the more we laughed,--helplessly, ridiculously.
  56. Ancient Thebes was too grandiose, too wasteful, too ridiculously pretentious after the serene simplicity of Kanu’s village.
  57. He had a twelve-pack of Corona stuffed under one arm, and the carton of beer looked ridiculously small in relation to his body.
  58. Alex waited one more moment, ridiculously alone in front of the hotel, in the rain, not knowing where to go on the new holiday.
  59. He’s about twenty-five, Indian or maybe Pakistani, and, if it’s the kind of detail that interests you, ridiculously handsome.
  60. If it’s because the company has been unfairly punished by the market and is selling for a ridiculously low P/E ratio, know so.
  61. The screen flickered into life and began processing the contents in that ridiculously slow way that makes you think that only the.
  62. She looked ridiculously pleased with herself, especially since some of the blood had splashed onto her cheek and forehead, like war paint.
  63. He hesitated, as would any sensible young man with a mortgage, three kids under five, a ridiculously expensive car, and a non-working wife.
  64. Twenty minutes later, they were all out of the woods and on the Hollow Highway; a ridiculously bumpy road with few blades of grass jutting out.
  65. In 1938 the business was really being given away, with no takers; in 1961 the public was clamoring for the shares at a ridiculously high price.
  66. Salem Aleh Khum ladies! That’s a fine creature you have there, he said stroking his ridiculously long beard whilst admiring Rani’s horse.
  67. Don’t laugh at this ridiculously small starting capital before I tell you that by week ending 11 May 2009 this had grown to Net Equity of £6815.
  68. In addition, there is a tendency to regard markets that have made large, sudden moves as being mispriced, either on sale or ridiculously overpriced.
  69. You have only been here a week, and except for ridiculously caddying a couple of times for John at the Golf Club, you have not been out of the house.
  70. Instead of regarding Cheung as ridiculously overoptimistic, investors threw money at him, flinging more than $100 million into his fund over the next year.
  71. My house has sold for a ridiculously large profit and Peggy and I moved into an Extended Stay place and put the things we wanted to take with us in storage.
  72. He remembered carrying that same, ridiculously heavy body to Corendar, and being unable to look anywhere but at the two wounds in the man’s head and neck.
  73. A high-pitched squawk roused me in time to steady CC, who had caught one of her ridiculously high heels on the edge of the gutter and was toppling towards me.
  74. As if a motion-picture projector had jammed a single clear memory frame in his head, he found his mind focused ridiculously on a scene whipped out of childhood.
  75. At first my answers were ridiculously unguarded, but soon I realized what a mess I’d got myself into, and I became terrified that Bogey would steal the technology.
  76. In fact, they got on so well with her in the end that they had her stay for dinner, during which they offered her the cosy boathouse for the most ridiculously low rent.
  77. As her foot was ridiculously small, it looked less like a man’s—which masculinity it seems this heavy gear is intended to simulate—than like a sturdy little boy’s.
  78. I stood in front of him as he sat on the ridiculously raised hospital beds, the kind that have your feet dangling a meter from the ground for most of us, for tall Levi, it was about half of that.
  79. He had once tried strangling himself with one of those apparatuses you nail in a doorway and chuck under your jawbone and pull yourself up on, hoping to add an inch to his ridiculously short frame.
  80. Unaccustomed to battle, they were ridiculously slow and clumsy compared to the tigerish barbarian whose motions were blurs of quickness possible only to steel thews knit to a perfect fighting brain.
  81. Against the friendly, and well-informed advice of PDP brothers and elder statesmen such as Keith Eastin, Chuck Murphy, and Jim Hunter, I took on a ridiculously hard course load for Winter Quarter 2L, e.
  82. As the group, having paid what they thought to be ridiculously low prices for such works of art, were exiting the store, they passed by a trio of Carolingian nobles who had stopped in front of the store.
  83. This seems a bit inauthentic since I don’t know precisely what you’re referring to but I can assure you that there is at least one thing in this book I will think is ridiculously awful within a few years.
  84. Despite his success as a librarian teacher, his love for his ridiculously intelligent spouse and their pleasant home and easy life, there had always lurked an emptiness at his core he‘d been unable to rationalise.
  85. Of course, then that would keep him from holding the lantern in his mouth because that would look ridiculously busy, but perhaps we could make his eyes light up like laser beams instead? Maybe something motion-activated.
  86. And so did Steve, who had picked the fork up and was bringing it down with quite some force from what I could read in his ridiculously taut face, looking more and more like his real problem was a bad case of constipation.
  87. She also found out that most of them had been paid ridiculously low salaries for the work they did, to the point that their army salary as simple privates was at least as much as they had done in their previous workplaces.
  88. Somewhat ridiculously, if we assume almost all of the world’s savings are stored in Bitcoin, we can even imagine a billion-dollar bitcoin, because the amount of savings and assets in the world is so incredibly immense!.
  89. And sadly, because Rome was to be the last great classic western empires, it’s influence on future governments can still be seen today in such forms at the British House of Lords and House of Commons (a ridiculously bloated.
  90. When intrigue in his father’s court had forced Jaume to take the field against the ferocious miquelet bandits at the ridiculously young age of nineteen, he had been forced to confront, once and for all, the fact that he would one day die.
  91. Johnson contain, on Rowe's part, an apology for him as a writer with obvious and admitted shortcomings (very ridiculously ascribed by Rowe to his working by "a mere light of nature"), and, on Johnson's, a good deal of downright hard-hitting criticism.
  92. Something flared up too bright and too close and between the gaps in his helmet visor not covered with the boneless alien appendages, he saw Wambach wielding a plasma cutter, swinging the clumsy, fat, meter-long cylinder like the hilt of a ridiculously out of proportion sword.
  93. He had no idea how anyone could load such ridiculously long weapons from the muzzle, but if the rumors about the heretics’ new rifles—their newest rifles, he corrected himself grimly—were correct, he supposed there was no reason they couldn’t load cannons from the breech end, as well.
  94. The Japanese sealed their camps from outside information and went to some lengths to convince their captives of Allied annihilation, first by trumpeting Japanese victories, and later, when victories stopped coming, by inventing stories of Allied losses and ridiculously implausible Japanese feats.
  95. We did however still have a few kilometres to do to break that record (well, a few tens of thousands actually) and ridiculously helpful as Geza and his chums were, they drew the line at finishing the trip for us while we lounged around Geza's flat guzzling another gargantuan pile of comfort food.
  96. Its popularity was based entirely upon its reputation and its dividend record, for the statistical exhibit of the company during most of the period was anything but impressive, even for an industrial bond, and hence ridiculously inadequate to justify the purchase of a noncumulative industrial preferred stock.
  97. It always seemed, and still seems, ridiculously simple to say that if one can acquire a diversified group of common stocks at a price less than the applicable net current assets alone—after deducting all prior claims, and counting as zero the fixed and other assets—the results should be quite satisfactory.
  98. They may even exhort and give little addresses�may teach Sunday schools and be parochial visitors�may manage Reformatories and Houses of Refuge�may attend Committees, and superintend Church finance I My reply is, that all such suggestions are ridiculously below the mark, and show woeful ignorance of the Church's need.
  99. And here she was with him, its waiting creator, dragging him about who held future beauty in his cunning guided hand among all the mixed stuff left as a burden on the generations by the past, curious about the stuff with an uneducated stupid curiosity, wasting time, ridiculously blocking the way to something great, to the greatest of the achievements of a great artist.
  100. You came across their half-brother, Ronald Niedermann, didn’t you? He was blonde, enormous and had congenital analgesia, the inability to feel pain, so was therefore an ideal hit man and murderer, while Camilla … well, in her case the genetic abnormality was quite simply that she was astoundingly, ridiculously lovely to look at, and that just got worse as she grew older.

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