Example sentences for: dismissively--that

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  • In a legal sense, the Jones proceeding is an apple to Starr's orange, claims Charles Krauthammer ( Inside Washington ). Most pundits point out--sometimes ominously, sometimes dismissively--that no one has seen Starr's cards: They may show "Lizzie Borden in drag" (Shields, PBS's NewsHour With Jim Lehrer ). Three conservatives proclaim their confidence that Starr holds enough to undo Clinton's presidency (Robert Novak, Capital Gang ; Fred Barnes and John McLaughlin, The McLaughlin Group ). Stuart Taylor wrote as much this week in the National Journal and appears on This Week to reprise the point.

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