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The first half was a turgid, disjointed affair. Times, Sunday Times (2016)A turgid style of rugby will beat lesser teams, but it won't beat the best four or five. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Sorry to plunge you straight into the turgid stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It was pretty turgid stuff from both teams. The Sun (2013)The second half was turgid and tight with no quarter given and hardly any goalmouth incidents. The Sun (2013)Everything points to a turgid affair. The Sun (2009)This can be dry, turgid stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are some sharp lines and a couple of catchy songs but there's also a lot of turgid stuff. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Real play turgid stuff under Benitez. The Sun (2015)It was awful, turgid stuff. The Sun (2009)It was turgid stuff, but then again Atlético were little better. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was all pretty turgid stuff but, then again, it has been for some time. The Sun (2015)Do not rush out to buy the DVD, it was turgid stuff. The Sun (2009)The fruits of his labours are collected in this book, which is a peerless work of journalism, but a turgid piece of writing. Times, Sunday Times (2013)

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