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some people

interj. (context idiomatic English) expresses disgust at the actions of a person; a response to a person doing something silly, bizarre, nonsensical or ill-manners

Some People (film)

Some People is a 1962 musical film directed by Clive Donner. It stars Kenneth More and Ray Brooks and is centred on the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme.

Some People (Belouis Some song)

"Some People" is a 1985 single by British artist Belouis Some, from his 1985 debut album Some People. The song reached the Top 40 in the UK, peaking at #33 on the UK Singles Chart in April 1986. In the U.S., the song reached #67 on the Billboard Hot 100.

A cover version by Murray Head was recorded and released as a single in 1986.

Some People (LeAnn Rimes song)

"Some People" is a song by LeAnn Rimes, released as the fourth and final single from her album This Woman (2005). The single was released to radio stations in August 2006. The song is written by Darrell Brown, Joanna Cotten and Dennis Matkosky. A music video was also released featuring Rimes and her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, at a carnival. The song was also included on her international album, Whatever We Wanna (2006). The single peaked as high as 34 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

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Usage examples of "some people".

It was something some people did, and when you saw it you allowed for it.

That was 1992, right around the time the news stories started coming out about how some people who smoked while they were still wearing the patch had heart attacks.

And even in thought, some people are more reserved than others-or repressed, perhaps.

Even more to the point, some people couldn't easilyor simply couldn'ttake the life of another human being.

Meanwhile he's keeping his techniques a secret, and some people are unhappy about that.

But Fontaine could tell she sounded worried, so he'd sort of pushed her about it, and she'd told him she was worried about Skinner, how maybe there were some people gonna go up there and hassle him.