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'He hasn't got a leg to stand on.'
'I hate it when we operate on malpractice lawyers.'
Hoping to convince the university that he is worthy of a wrestling scholarship, Nick pins the director of admissions in 13 seconds.
"'Alleged,' please, 'alleged.'"
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'A large Federal study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that large federal studies don't prove anything.'
'The economic downturn just proves we were ahead of our time...'
"Dad, I'm going to stay up all night and take a picture of Santa!"
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Cheetah in at the start of a race, thinking: 'Why do I have to keep proving myself?'
"You want us to prove something we'll prove it. You want us to disprove something, we'll disprove it."
'I hate it when he tries to prove he's taller than me.'
'You were nagging your husband all over the road. I'll need to see your marriage license.'
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'What did I tell you about feeding your pet beaver table scraps?'
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'Yeah? Well, maybe I am a bum! But mark my words: one day my skull is going to be worth millions!!'
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'Wait, how do we know you're the same Dr. Daniels that's been missing since 1985?..'
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Determined to prove the existence of Santa Claus, the Seymour brothers laced his cookies and milk with sleeping pills.
Leather basketballs and synthetic basketballs.
'Trust me, the deer have been here. I see tracks everywhere... and look! Fresh droppings!'
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'He's convinced history will justify his leadership.'
'But we don't want to prove anything.'
Cambridge dons eat a banquet outside to prove they only get one chicken each.
'She's trying to prove her masculinity.'
'We still need a copy of your husbands death certificate.'
'Do you have any other identification?'
'The important thing is not whether you did it... but whether you have enough money to prove you didn't.'