Batty sentence example

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  • The traffic is already starting to drive some people batty.
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  • The Six Nations is what counts and this campaign has been just plain batty.
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  • You may think you can handle the itchy lace, but the reality is: after an hour or two, it might drive you batty.
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  • Converting that to " should of " drives many of us completely batty.
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  • This little gambit drove not only the police, but everyone else who encountered the pair, downright batty.
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  • One of the most delightful aspects of Daphne's charm was her aura of slightly batty femininity.
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  • Find Me On Air Monday to Saturday 10 am â 2 pm Describe Your Show Happy, chatty and sometimes batty!
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  • Never have the English seemed quite so batty in their attitudes to animals: slavishly mercenary and yet still capable of intermittent deep sentimentality.
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  • Get a whole flock and you'll go batty in no time.
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  • Salomon Olembe filled the left-back berth allowing Batty an unexpected chance in the Premiership.
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  • Is the drip, drip, drip of that leaky faucet driving you batty?
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  • He held the middle of the park very well and gave a very David Batty like performance without the adventure.
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  • Batty Hughes - Batty Two is the new basset puppy and is quite adorable She will jump up and usually has very muddy paws.
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  • The girls handed the map to Mrs Batty who began to climb the stepladder.
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  • Toddy says: OMG this just rips it Batty back in the side n wat happens?
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  • 2, from a design published in 1728 by Batty Langley.
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  • The replicants, led by Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer in a breakout performance) are ruthless, heartless and will torture or kill in order to get what they want.
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  • When Roy Batty uses the last minutes of his four-year life to save Decker's life, the irony is bitter with no leavening of sweetness.
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  • The white dove that Batty releases with his death does not begs the question, "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?", but instead asks, "Do Artificial Replicants have Immortal Souls?"
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  • In About Pinter, Mark Batty provides a critical study of the work of one of our most successful living dramatists.
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  • They were deprived of Batty through injury from November, with David Hopkin also a long time absentee.
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