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the supposed farce turned out to be a numbingly slow snoozer
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To continue reading this story, TRY IT NOW Texas races for Congress, often snoozers due to gerrymandering, could play a bigger role than usual with retirements and energized Democratic voters.
If his 1986 and 1992 Senate races proved anti-climactic, his 1998 re-election bid was a snoozer.
The region’s three Democratic districts look like snoozers, but the two GOP districts will be among a hundred or more contested races that will determine if the 116th Congress is fit to represent the United States in the turbulent Age of Trump.
But to others, a snoozer of a campaign may offer a relief for Alabama voters unaccustomed to the attention the state got during the waning days of the Dec. 12 election.
Orlando Christian Prep rattled the rims with 10 dunks and routed Tallahassee FAMU 79-32 in a Class 3A boys basketball state semifinal snoozer in Lakeland on Monday night.
One game was a 31-point snoozer that still drove the home crowd so crazy fans were doing back flips on the streets outside the ballpark.
Conventional wisdom says these low-scoring snoozers aren’t the product to electrify the season.
This was the beginning of a month-long stretch to get some stuff figured out before traveling to Nebraska on Oct. 14 (though maybe that's a snoozer now too) and hosting Penn State on Oct. 28.
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: something that is dull and boring
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