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a lot of malarkey

Exaggerated, foolish, or untruthful talk; nonsense or falsehoods. Don't believe your grandad's stories, son. It's all a lot of malarkey.
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a bunch of malarkey

Exaggerated, foolish, or untruthful talk; nonsense or falsehoods. Personally, I think the notion of "love at first sight" is a bunch of malarkey.
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malark(e)y

(məˈlɑrki)
n. nonsense; flattery. Don’t give me that malarkey!
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Malarkey grew up in Astoria and enrolled at the University of Oregon in the fall of 1941, a term whose conclusion coincided with the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
From left, Matt Waters of Evolution LLP, Craig Malarkey of Tilly Bailey & Irvine Solicitors and Doug Bedford of Tesserrae Holdings who all |worked together to secure a new acquisition for Tesserrae
From left, Kelly Adamson, Adept MD, with Brian Beaumont and Paul Harrison (Waltons Clark Whitehill) and Craig Malarkey (Tilly Bailey & Irvine)
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He looks sure to go close but at a bigger price Twiston-Davies' Major Malarkey makes more appeal.
Major Malarkey had previously looked a bit moody when pulled up at Haydock but that was probably just a minor blip as he had previously run another good race in the Classic Chase at Warwick.
Master Overseer was up with the leaders from the start, but Major Malarkey looked sure to win as he loomed alongside in the final straight.
Don Malarkey, whom HBO viewers will remember, weighs in with his own story in Easy Company Soldier.
We constituents are hit with high gas prices, enormous medical costs, drug expenses that turn out to be exorbitant after a senior reaches their first plateau within five months, increases in our property taxes, which seem to sneak upward every year from additional assessments, and now this malarkey to reduce the amount subsidized by the city's general fund.
MALARKEY could well be the standard-bearer for Stef Liddiard's new yard at Dunstall Park.
From the very beginning, we thought this was a perfect fit for them," says Brian Malarkey, vice president, Kirksey.
Behind all the rhetorical malarkey about the free market and its cultural kissing cousin, America's radical individualism, is a blunt refusal to respond to that difficult, dogged question asked by a guy named Cain, lo these many years ago: "Am I my brother's keeper?
Tox/Path researcher Dave Malarkey is also working with the International Life Sciences Institute on an effort to standardize pathology terminology for toxicogenomics studies.
When Miss Malarkey becomes the soccer coach of a team in the YELS League, the players and parents alike learn a valuable rule.
The bone marrow is the primary site of blood cell formation in postnatal life, with the exception of T lymphocytes, which originate in the bone marrow but mature in the lymphatic system (Guyton & Hall, 2000; Malarkey & McMorrow, 2000; Nathan & Oski, 1999).