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You might well feel a tad suspicious of this literary agent's good fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sure, handing over more than 25million in divorce settlements after three failed marriages might leave anyone feeling a tad bitter. The Sun (2016)This year things look a tad different. Times, Sunday Times (2008)To the modern sensibility it may sound a tad heavy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But the resulting furore is a tad over the top. The Sun (2014)The shadows begin to feel a tad lengthy. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There often seemed something a tad bleak about it that made me feel depressed. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And her normally perfect skin looks a tad greasy. The Sun (2008)Sometimes the rugby did seem a tad incidental. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This opening room is so gripping that the show that follows is doomed to feel a tad patchy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Things were looking up a tad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It all seems a tad wholesome. Times, Sunday Times (2007)On the downside, the game is a tad on the short side. The Sun (2013)As far as contacting local law enforcement goes, the thought may sound a tad daunting. Christianity Today (2000)You might well feel a tad suspicious of this literary agent's good fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Sadly, this famous yellow family are looking a tad jaundiced. The Sun (2012)The residents of Havana could be forgiven if they currently feel a tad bemused. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Yes, it all makes using cloth nappies seem a tad lightweight. Times, Sunday Times (2008)America's favourite yellow family look a tad jaundiced. The Sun (2014)The clutch feels a tad heavy but there's ample torque to discourage its use. Times, Sunday Times (2013)True, it does seem a tad insensitive when his people are left to starve. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Initially this movement seemed a tad short of E minor anguish. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It's a touch shorter and a tad lower, but has gained boot space. Times, Sunday Times (2013)None of it is hugely flattering for Worthing, which may be a tad unfair. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Show Dry Is your hair looking a tad lacklustre? The Sun (2015)Check the seasoning, you may need a tad more Tabasco or a squeeze of lemon as well as extra salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The price may look a tad steep for an Xbox download but this DIY wonder is worth it. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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