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la-di-da

1. adjective Pretentiously snobbish or elitist. I'd rather not go to some la-di-da restaurant and get overpriced rabbit food. Let's just get pizza.
2. interjection A sarcastic and derisive phrase meant to mock what one perceives as pretentious or overly refined. Well, la-di-da, look at Mr. Fancy in his new suit. Wow, you were on student council? La-di-da!

lah-di-dah

(ˈlɑˈdiˈdɑ)
1. mod. casual; relaxed and uncaring. She’s not all that calm about her possessions, but she is very lah-di-dah with men.
2. interj. a jeer; a mocking response. So you have a new car! Well, lah-di-dah.
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For example, one of the functions of lah, which is 'to soften an order or advice', reduces social distance, while another of its functions, 'to show disapproval, contradiction or disagreement in a harsh manner', has the opposite effect on social relationships.
When I asked Lah Tere if she felt that as a female she had to play a different role than the male members of Rebel Diaz, she responded:
Half of all patients registered with LAH are under 18, and over 60 percent already suffer from severe motor disability due to lack of disease education and limited access to treatment.
An agreement was reached whereby Apvodedo would have exclusive rights for a six-week period to buy the Ritz from LAH for pounds 258.
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Kunar police chief Khalilul lah Zaiyi said his men engaged in a brief gunfight with the kidnappers before they escaped.
More at ease in strong breeze, Igor Lah managed to overtake both No Way Back and Artemis, winning the regatta and putting an end to a long series of way below average results.
On World Hemophilia Day we want to spread the message that comprehensive care is necessary for people with bleeding disorders in order for them to live healthy and productive lives," LAH President Solange Sakr said at the conference at Beirut's Movenpick Hotel.
Sinclair is expected to be one of the top contenders for the league's three individual postseason berths, along with LAB's Barnhart and Anderson, Niraj Lah of Campbell Hall and Alain Torres of Village Christian of Sun Valley.
Tol Lah is currently deputy prime minister and education minister.
In his opening keynote, "The Service Innovation Heat Map," Lah will provide a practical assessment of the sources for this service innovation in the next three to five years.
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