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arsy-versy

Backwards; incorrect or mixed up; contrary to what is expected or desired. A play on the Latin vice versa. Primarily heard in UK. The electrician wired the whole building arsy-versy, so now we have to get someone else in to set things right.
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Mudbou D no scr tw Osca versy whit clude catego acto DD Just two years after the #Oscarssowhite controversy, a host of nonwhite faces are included in the acting categories, with best actor nods for Briton Daniel Kaluuya and Denzel Washington and best supporting an actress nominations for Octavia Spencer and Mary J Blige.
Since its launch in April, Versy continues to evolve to create communities that attract and retain users.
That's why new social networks such as Versy, which calls itself an "interest-based social platform," are flourishing, by appealing to people's passions.
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Just about every player on the pitch piled with the whistler - still in the spotlight after the contro - versy at Ibrox last weekend - caught in the middle.
Carby's 1991 "Foreword" to the novel, the reader learns that, while the initial sales of the book "were good," a particular event "created contro versy around the novel and shattered Hurston's optimism.
If Stanley Victor Collymore has done anything consistently throughout his professional career, it is to court contro versy.
Theakston, a former Worcester St John's club rider, was not entirely surprised by last week's Festina revelations: "I was amazed they allowed themselves to be caught in possession of drugs, but not surprised they actually had them," he said of the contro versy which started when a team physio tried to smuggle the drugs across Europe to the Tour start in Ireland.
Or in the words of the Anglo-Indian artist Vasco Miranda, himself doomed like Saleem: "A man's weakness is his strength, and versy visa Would Achilles have been a great warrior without his heel?
Cards used to be very traditional and versy," said managing director Geoff Sharp.
Stephen Dunford continued: We are managing the Company prudently to leverage the promising potential of both the Versy social platform and the Myriad Connect business, and we are diligently managing our cost base and cash reserves to provide resources for their growth.
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And Shepherd also courted contro versy when he stressed that big clubs don't care about those struggling in the lower leagues.
Alex's is a 25-year-old barmaid called Janine Versy.
The first of these developments is location-based Versy Code, available immediately across six rollout cities in LatAm and the U.