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One of these days, is none of these days.


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I meant one of these days.
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I'm gonna be something one of these days.
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One of these days, Alice. Pow! Right in the kisser!
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The truth is that no one is truthful these days!
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I know the big crash is coming one of these days,
JOE JENKINS
These are not dark days: these are great days -- the greatest days our country has ever lived.
SIR WINSTON CHURCHILL
It is the rare fortuene of these days that one may think what one likes and say what one thinks.
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I like these cold, gray winter days. Days like these let you savor a bad mood.
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Having trustable friends is rare these days.
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These days I prefer my own company, those days too
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These are early days,
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I saw it, he wanted to buy something he was near to the store I went to see little far from him what...
DEYTH BANGER
Oh, oh, oh... No... just they got me. Undercover??? and what more??
This and this??
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I think one of these days they're going to be like fire extinguishers.
DIANE FERGUSON
One of these days, I'm going to stop learning through my errors.
BURGESS OWENS
Having trustable friends is rare these days.
ROBERT ADAMS
O these degenerate days!
UNKNOWN
We're working on it. One of the these days we'll see if we can get it.
COURTNEY CLAPP
We keep knocking at the door. One of these days we're going to break through.
JACK WYANT
One in 150 kids is autistic these days. The autism spectrum is growing.
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You can keep as quiet as you like, but one of these days somebody is going to find you.
HARUKI MURAKAMI
These days people wallow in enormous masses of sound.
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in these shitty plastic days ...
GILLIAN FLYNN
These are the divine days of divine miracles.
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And the days dwindle down To a precious few, September, November - And these few precious days I'd ...
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Causality is a pointless superstition. These days it would take more than one book to persuade anyon...
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We're turning away 20 percent of the buyers these days.
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People these days hate smoke.
ABE PIZAM
These days that's very important.
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The true University of these days is a Collection of Books.
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His fear of being named was indicative of how tense the country is growing these days.
EDWARD WONG
Some of these guys have been here a couple of days. Some of these guys have been here a while.
AMANDA LAMB
One of these days I'll get Aaron. It's Just a matter of time. He'd better watch out.
KYLE DEWAR
These bloody days have broken my heart.
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Everything sinful is glamorous these days, isn’t it?
AIMEE AGRESTI
People pace themselves differently these days.
BILL CARSON
There's no such thing these days.
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Defense properties are too expensive these days.
CHRIS ULLMAN
Divorce these days is a religious vow, as if the proper offspring of marriage.
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It's rather remarkable to see these days.
BERT BLYLEVEN
Miracles these days are now manipulative tools.
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Consumers want something more inspiring these days.
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In these days of widespread illiteracy, functional illiteracy... anything that keeps people stupid i...
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In these days of modern tennis a player is as strong as his weakest stroke.
BILL TILDEN
There is an endless supply of speech that seems to offend these days.
DAVID HUDSON
There is not that much of a generation gap these days.
CHRIS FRANTZ
What I have been seeing these past few days is nothing short of a national disgrace.
JOE SCARBOROUGH
I guess having self-respect these days is out-of-style.. Well call me old-fashion!
VIOLETA GARCIA
Orwell is almost our litmus test. Some of his satirical writing looks like reality these days.
JOHN PILGER
"These days, working hard is for lazy people." - Ronen Gafni, Founder of FreshBiz
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In these days of equality, what's good for women is good for men.
DIANA MATHER
These kinds of days can be hard for everyone, and the first day is especially hard.
DAVE SCOTT
I do think we will be smoke-free one of these days. Hopefully, sooner rather than later.
KAYE THOMPSON
I can't spell Dell, but I can spell hell, and he might be there one of these days,
ROBERT MUGABE
Live every day as if it were your last, because one of these days, it will be.
JEREMY SCHWARTZ
These days i tend to use one project I do as a kind of offshoot to the next.
MARC ALMOND
One of these days, we're going to see an increase in non-farm payrolls for the manufacturing sector.
DAVID RESLER
I like going there for golf. America's one vast golf course these days.
EDWARD VIII
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DANNY LAM
I like going there for golf. America's one vast golf course these days.
EDWARD VIII
All these were reckoned by genealogies in the days of Jotham king of Judah, and in the days of Jerob...
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These days. Most of us have the attention span of a meth-addicted squirrel.
KRISTEN LAMB
The hell of these days is the fear of not getting along, especially of not making money.
THOMAS CARLYLE
These days man knows the price of everything, but the value of nothing.
OSCAR WILDE
War used to be a result of ignorance, but these days its more of a revenge.
EPHDAN
These days, to be seven years in one spot in any pro sport is a pretty long tenure.
ANDREW BOGUT
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In the old days one merely gawked at these unfortunates. Donahue's genius is to get them to talk.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER
I think it's worth it. These days, it's a war.
SEAN VAN SOMMERAN
Conservation programs are very well supported politically these days.
DON DIXON
These conditions require care for more than 30 days.
DIANE ROWLAND
This is a person who is going to achieve bigger things in the future. She will be on the ballot one ...
CHRIS VANCE
These days I'm pretty much a businessman.
WELLINGTON MARA
That's how we stay young these days: murder and suicide.
EUGèNE IONESCO
It just takes more to entertain kids these days.
DON DECKER
We get along like a house on fire these days.
REBECCA MCNUTT
We work all month for these two days.
CHRIS SMITH
These go back to the very earliest colonial days.
GREGG CANTRELL
Who can't make money in energy these days?
DAVID MACDONALD
Don't you read the statistics? Guns are unisex these days.
BENJAMIN R. SMITH
It's a way people stay in touch these days.
KARLEE WEINMANN
I mean suspense, twists are almost impossible these days.
DANNY BOYLE
Relationships these days start by pressing LIKE on her photo.
ANONYMOUS
Impulses are hard to come by these days.
JACK LEVINE
These have stuff to keep you going for three days.
AMANDA BUTLER
Who wants a refinery in their town these days?
CINDY GORDON
I have no appetite. It's hard to eat these days.
GLORIA JORDAN
These are the days that must happen to you.
WALT WHITMAN
These are early days for search on cell phones.
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Of course I'm not normal. Have you seen what passes for normal these days?
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There simply are more options for entertainment these days outside of traditional toys.
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Dead mothers are rather fashionable these days. They lend such an attractive air of tragedy.
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There's a lot of revisionist history that goes on these days about Iraq.
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He who hears the rippling of rivers in these degenerate days will not utterly despair.
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