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chummy

mod. friendly. Don’t get too chummy with me. I’m a real son of a bitch.
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The reply came directly from council chief executive Stephen Hughes and was addressed rather chummily to Dear Jack.
Still, "Rosy"as Obama referred chummily to Rosenbergcouldn't dispel all of the awkwardness preceding the president's speech, which capped three days of dramatic, and at times dramatically escalating, rhetoric from both Obama and Netanyahu.
As if one serving of the smug Naked Chef wasn't enough, Jamie chummily brought another slice of Essex to our screens last night, as he did both hearty vegetable dishes in the first programme and furred game (cute things that he then had killed and skinned) in the second.
Bernard's left arm is chummily around the man's shoulder and
With the audience, he's both chummily familiar--like the emcee in "Cabaret," the role that made Cumming's name in Gotham--and coolly authoritative, particularly as the play moves toward its dark post-party finale and he reveals himself as a god with no need of our approval.
He scratched himself under the armpits and came chummily up to the priest's stirrup.
On July 18, former national security adviser and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger appeared with "Zbig" (as he chummily refers to Brzezinski) on Jim Lehrer's PBS News Hour to jointly pitch the notion of the need for "international involvement" and serious U.
In his meeting with Putin, Bush seemed almost obsequious, repeatedly referring chummily to an unresponding, scowling Putin (it's an expression that settles naturally on his face) as "my friend Vladimir.
Friendly and accommodating, she often chummily addressed her host as ``Michael'',but she nevertheless managed to go for a full 15 minutes without saying anything of substance whatsoever.
But will such a rightly proud institution, and its chummily fervent supporters, become mired in a risible slurry of unaccountability the longer they resist being fair game for scrutiny?