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- They're the newest johnny-come-lately to blogging and they don't stand a chance against Blogger, MT, Wordpress and everything else that came before.
- Of course, some johnny-come-latelies will have absolutely no recollection of that history, at all.
- Oh, johnny-come-lately, the new boy on the block, says that this is a Budget policy debate.
- We do not have to fill this country with whoever wants to come here - any johnny-come-lately who feels uncomfortable here, there, or anywhere.
- Indeed, objections to Mary are johnny-come-latelies on the stage of Protestant theology.
- The threat comes not from some Whitehall johnny-come-lately, nor some politically correct illiterate chair of a focus group, seeking his day in the Sun.
- How does this johnny-come-lately who is more ‘pay-per-view’ than ‘free to air’ concern us people?
- The electoral college makes it likely that Harney - rather than a membership stuffed with johnny-come-latelies - will herself choose the next leader.
- The Ramones aren't any johnny-come-lately to the right.
- At the same time, Parlon is something of a johnny-come-lately to the party, and suspicion abounds that he could just as happily represent another party.
- Although New Zealand First is a johnny-come-lately, at least it has finally got it right.
- As Italian American clubs, all the recent anthologies can't help but look a bit johnny-come-lately.
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