quote-unquote

quote-unquote

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an expression used before or part before and part after a quotation to identify it as such, and sometimes to dissociate the writer or speaker from it
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I think this 'minority,' quote-unquote, is the economic engine of this country, basically," Camil told (https://slate.
The Montes got a 6 percent commission on the annuities, then they went into that annuity and quote-unquote managed it through their (registered advisory firm) and charged more fees on top of the commission they got for selling the annuity, said Jachles attorney, Jason Kane, of Peiffer Rosca Wolf Abdullah & Kane APLC.
Most of the folks in the industry are 30 percent for quote-unquote recycled.
The only common theme is that they're quote-unquote 'comic-book movies' and they're rated R,' said Fox distribution chief Chris Aronson, who credited director and co-writer James Mangold and Jackman for executing their personal vision for the film.
As soon as you show up, they're gonna be expecting you to sound quote-unquote like a girl.
He said, 'The very fact that we see all these names surface that are the direct quote-unquote enemies of the United States, Russia, China, Pakistan, Argentina and we don't see one U.
The last day I was on the show, Sydney says, quote-unquote, 'Thank God no one will see this piece of shit.
Whether it becomes the norm, quote-unquote, I'm not sure, but within — it won't be long.
We lead with design, versus, quote-unquote, real estate.
Blake was gay, so that marriage was the most quote-unquote unorthodox, but in a weird way it was also the most Christian, because they had so much love and respect for each other.
Banning these rifles because of their use in quote-unquote crimes is like banning Model Ts because so many of them are being used as getaway cars in bank robberies,'' said Ed Woods, a 47-year-old from the Chico area of northern California.
4 Quote-unquote Confucius says "I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand.