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CureTour 2000, Benefiting the Lance Armstrong Foundation is a 4,500-mile, eight-week coast-to-coast cycling project beginning in Cape Flattery, Washington, and ending in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
I never worry about being ripped off; stealing is one of the highest forms of flattery,'' says Carpenter, whose voice nevertheless swells with pride when he describes his upcoming ``Vampires'' as a horror western with no teen-agers involved.
Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery, but you can't beat the real deal," said Will Weisman, the company's director of marketing and one of the co-founders of World Wrapps.
Flattery got him everywhere - Ruth is back as Magz for the second series which kicked off last night.
Flattery aside, the original experience is not lost on Mendoza, who does her own oohs and aahs for her new teammates.
7, 1996--Proving that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, other Internet players are now following The McKinley Group's lead by adopting a rating system that was pioneered last year in the Magellan directory (http://www.
Political correctness has made flattery a thing of the past.
Among the highlights is Jesus' trip to a wealthy campus where recruiters ply him with flattery and chesty bimbos.
FLATTERY will get you anywhere - and Manchester United's Patrice Evra knows how to lay it on with a trowel.
The sincerest form of flattery was that New Coke tried to taste like Pepsi, but it didn't really work,'' Reed said.
Perhaps your husband is enjoying the ego boost and flattery that come with him being such an accommodating guy.
IF imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, then Ewan McGregor clearly thinks a lot of James Dean.
Maybe she just never heard that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
THEY say imitation's the sincerest form of of flattery but we're not sure what Whitney Houston would make of her tribute from Scissor Sisters' Jake Shears.
Shadow Education Secretary Tim Collins said: "They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.