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(1) Tosh was known to be a man who would cuss and shout.
(2) What a load of old tosh!
(3) It's just a lot of tosh.
(4) Tosh was known to be a man who feared no-one, yet he was clearly emasculated by his girlfriend.
(5) Tosh said he didn't like some things that had been written about her in papers.
(6) However, it is artistically total tosh and merely a vehicle for an imagination nowhere close to reaching puberty.
(7) She appeared as Tosh in this Hal Ashby movie, alongside her father Jon Voight.
(8) Naoko Mori on the possibility of Tosh coming back from the dead.
(9) This is the sort of protectionist tosh that most industries have not dared utter in public since the 1970s.
(10) This is the sort of protectionist tosh that most industries have not dared utter in public since the .
(11) JG: Horribly, Tosh is no more and Owen is no more. We are currently prepping for the series and we are four weeks away from filming, so it is really[sentencedict.com], really busy in Cardiff.
(12) As a concept album, it's remarkably low on conceptual tosh.
(13) It then took more than an hour of bathing and shampooing to get Tosh back to his natural ebony colour!
(14) Once I've been in UK for a while (I'm from a developing country), I forget how utterly tosh Western received opinion can seem ?from outside that sphere of influence.
(15) From the outset, reggae was political, as the work of Bob Marley and Peter Tosh clearly attests.
(16) She has not scolded the child like this "do not talk tosh", but said, " OK, do not forget to come back! "
(17) I told him not to speak in this way in front of the children; the thought that their malleable minds should be exposed to such unscientific tosh was painful to me.
(18) The Atlantic frets that the Murdoch model will sacrifice "responsible, serious journalism" and damage public life in the process. Mr Murdoch's defenders regard this as self-important tosh.