wsj_0381 (line 40, ant vp):
And please, Michelle, when you sing the line in "Makin' Whoopee," about another sunny, funny honeymoon, don't say "funn-ih," the way Dylan would.
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A Japanese apple called the Fuji is cropping up in orchards the way Hondas did on U.S. roads.
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Many Japanese think it only natural that the organizations or their members would donate to politicians, the way many Japanese do, to win favor or support.
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"The sense is we would never be in a position again where everything works for us the way it did before," says Rod Eddington, Cathay's commercial director.
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The Bush White House is breeding non-duck ducks the same way the Nixon White House did: It hops on an issue that is unopposable -- cleaner air, better treatment of the disabled, better child care.
wsj_1831 (line 7, ant vp):
Her Susie Diamond handles a song the way the greats do, like she's hearing the way it should sound inside her head and she's concentrating on matching that internal tone.
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Customers and potential customers are suddenly complaining about the stock market in the exact way they did in post-crash 1987.
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However, most people, having been subjected to news footage of the devastated South Bronx, look at the borough the way Tom Wolfe's Sherman McCoy did in "Bonfire of the Vanities" -- as a wrong turn into hell.