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Oh yeah and you use song lyrics without proper attribution rather bad form methinks.
Methinks the gravitational deflection of light requires a better explanation.
Though this anecdotal bit is not necessarily empirical evidence, it is certainly relevant to the article, methinks.
Methinks the article's author has a bias against cats.
At times, though, methinks installers doth protest too much.
Methinks the professor should have taken a normal leave of absence, done her military duty, and returned.
Methinks there is a bright, glaring hypocrisy at work here.
The long-time resident of the area doth protest too much, methinks.
Methinks it's more the partisan politicking than actual policy difference.
Methinks perhaps they should be expelled: the government there seems to have no concept of rule of law and fair play.
Methinks the task that awaits us is of cosmic proportions.
Methinks she doth protest too much, seems a little over the top and beyond the pale.
Methinks this latest resignation was the proverbial straw that broke the camel's back.
And methinks he doth protest too much about the team pursuit.
There's more to this story than meets the eye, methinks.
All these sentiments and motivations played their role, methinks.
Common usage and public understanding does carry some weight methinks and hopes.
Both aspects play their roles and have their place methinks.
The exobiologists also get a big shot in the arm methinks.
The situation is still an awfully long way from that methinks.
Methinks these folk are getting real serious about commercial space flight.
There's more than a grain of truth in that, methinks.
It is not how long you're here for but what you do with the time you're given, methinks.
There are better ways to start a mature dialog, methinks.
Ditto methinks for excluding the ice dwarfs from the planet count.
Must trust their oars, methinks not few, against the ebbing tide.
And one methinks is yet alive, and is holden on the wide deep.
Methinks he must have been grievously tempted to affix the other end of the rope to some convenient beam or bough.
It really doesn't have to be this convoluted, methinks.
Methinks you need to learn to read before you respond.

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