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  • There were the canonizations of nine saints, ranging from Juan Diego of Mexico to the little-known Pauline of the Heart of Jesus in Agony, keeping up a pace of saint-making that had led Ratzinger to suggest that John Paul was canonizing profligately.

    The Year of two Popes

  • Bowing to the Future: Podcast: Yours Truly in Agony (Again)

    Podcast: Yours Truly in Agony (Again)

  • Bowing to the Future: Podcast: Yours Truly in Agony

    Podcast: Yours Truly in Agony

  • Jackie herself also has an article entitled The Agony and the Ecstasy.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Older Delinquents title The Agony of Jimmy Quinlan description Homeless alcoholic "derelicts" featured in this documentary from 1970s Montreal.

    Older Delinquents

  • The long way back to barracks, dragging an invisible man called Agony whose heavy hands were clamped upon a broken foot.

    More Than Human

  • Agony, that is the word-agony unexpressed and inexpressible-agony unrelieved and unrelievable by any earthly power.

    Discourse on the Death of Abraham Lincoln

  • But you can also sort the time line by departure time, length of flight, and even a fourth factor known as "Agony," which Hipmunk describes as a combination of how pricey the flight is, how long you'll be stuck in the air, and how many layovers you have to make.

    CNET News.com

  • Even the original Allegheny (aka Agony) was better than what they did with what they put together.

    The Cranky Flier

  • I've been humming "Agony" from Into The Woods* since I read that post.

    TORCHWOOD: CoE...Episode 5...Spoilers!

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