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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"While we see the evolution of Lamar Jackson and Kyler Murray and guys like Baker Mayfield, who operate and thrive in a spread system, I think our sport still has room for the quote-unquote more traditional, power, two-back offense," Tannenbaum said.
'Yung mga panahon pong missing ako, quote-unquote, I preferred not to talk to them (parents) kasi super hostile po noong approach nila sa akin tapos nung nasa bahay po ako, dinadala po ako sa Camp Aguinaldo, Camp Bagong Diwa dahil sa pagiging aktibista ko po,' she said.
"A mass public shaming, with millions of people saying you are quote-unquote canceled, is a very isolating experience," Page Six quoted the 29-year-old singer as saying in an interview with Vogue.
I was like, 'You guys are so rude to do that', quote-unquote, that's what I said.
So actually, we have no idea what it cost us to get that kind of quote-unquote investments.
"There was a solid three years where I was, to put it lightly, misusing benzos," Dunham said on Shepard's Armchair Expert podcast Monday, "even though it was all, quote-unquote, doctor prescribed and I had convinced someone to tell me that this is the way."
Millennial aren't stupid; that quote-unquote cynicism means they deftly separate wheat from chaff.
"I think this 'minority,' quote-unquote, is the economic engine of this country, basically," Camil told (https://slate.com/culture/2018/02/jaime-camil-on-hollywoods-failure-to-tap-into-the-latino-market-audio.html?wpsrc=sh_all_dt_tw_ru) Slate .
Then again, even that critic is seduced (or at least amused) by Barnum's enthusiasm, not to mention his genius for giving the public what they want -- the only slight caveat, by modern standards, being that part of what they wanted in the mid-1800s was to gawp at midgets, bearded ladies and other quote-unquote 'freaks', not unlike the mutants in Jackman's X-Men franchise.
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." Beyond boxes, the company also sources and sells a wide range of other green packaging materials to customers nationwide.