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you

As defined by the Medical Defence Union—the largest carrier for medical indemnity insurance in the UK—you means:
(i) the insured named in the Schedule;
(ii) the personal representatives of the estate following the insured’s death or his or her legal representatives if the insured becomes incapable, insolvent or bankrupt; and
(iii) the insured’s beneficiaries and those who have or obtain an interest in the insured’s beneficiaries’ estates following their deaths.
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More white privilege, though at least not a you-know-who even if he does play the violin and is good at math.
--NH GOP activist Jan Glassman speaking about you-know-who.
Perhaps just"Don't holler at you-know-who" is enough some days.
England's dietary regime has clearly served them well to date, for having won nine of their ten qualifying matches (drawing the other), Southgate's youngsters go into this eight-team championship priced as Stan James's 11/2 second favourites; you-know-who are 11/4 favourites (Paddy Power).
Gooch's crime in Pietersen's eyes was to give an interview in which he deigned to suggest England needed to win their three-Test series against West Indies to banish talk of you-know-who. Pietersen's response, via Twitter, saw him call out Gooch -- still England's leading runscorer in Tests -- for captaining a rebel tour of apartheid South Africa in 1982.
"Just like you-know-who, when a suitable victim wanders by, the scorpion grabs the doomed creature with its pinchers and stings the prey," the zoo said.
That event includes an early visit from you-know-who and pictures taken in Santa's Photo Booth, plus performances by choirs and a cappella groups from Willamette High School and Northwest Christian University.
to the said: Ten years after she won her only Wimbledon title, Sharapova drubbed plucky Brit Samantha Murray, no relation to you-know-who, 6-1 6-0 in 58 minutes on No.1 court.
which I say because words are put in my mouth because you-know-who is
We also had an eye on the Portugal-Sweden match as well and everyone agreed it was a turgid affair until you-know-who popped up with the winner.