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“Both the English word vinegar and the Spanish vinagre derive from the French vin, meaning wine, and aigre, meaning sour.”
“Both the Spanish word venado and the English word venison are derived from the Latin venari, to hunt, which gives an indication of the deer as a symbol of hunting in different cultures.”
“Documentary sources: We used the following documentary sources in addition to those indicated by the hyperlinks: Our account of the Palestinian Arab's active and aggressive role in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War is derived from Netanel Lorch, Israel's War of Independence 1947-49 (2nd edition, 1969); A Clash of Destinies, also published under the title Both Sides of the Bunker, by Jon and David Kimche, (1960); O Jerusalem by Larry Collins and Dominique Lapierre (1972; reissued 2007); and Genesis 1948 by Dan Kurzman (1992).”
“But the USA, is Blind in Both eyes to Barack Obama ..”
“The Dems have majorities in Both the House and Senate.”
“Both from the standpoint of parasitic behavior and from the chemicals many beekeepers apply to control them.”
“I think you should all work for Human Rights progress for all the people of Morocco and Algeria, including the inhabitants of Sahara Regions in Both countries.”
“My folks fought fascism in Both world wars from the First Canadian Division, and are party to the anti-fascist covenants of which their fighting brought into being, such as Nuremburg Trials, Geneva Conventions of war, United Nations Charter, World Court of the Hague, International Criminal Court, and the international War Crimes tribunal (Bertrand Russell style).”
“LOL, if you want to be like that Josh then go back to when Hillary and O'bama both agreed to not campaign in Both Florida and Michigan and noted that Michigan and Florida would not be counted because they broke the rules but now Hillary is being two-faced and changing her mind.”
“A group called 'Vote Both' is trying to push for a joint ticket.”
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