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“It wouldn’t be long before the missing girl Katherine Hall, who’d come home only last night, was identified as Daryn McDermott.”
“UNIDENTIFIED FEMALE: Daryn, that is absolutely correct.”
“SITES: They're talking about the Anfal operations, Daryn, which is the alleged genocide that Saddam Hussein used against the Kurdish people where 180,000 of them were allegedly killed in 1988 by the regime who had used some excuse out of one of the verses of Koran that unbelievers had to be put to the blade.”
“And it's going to be at (ph) more and more active here and that is the facilities to deal with the A-10 anti-tank planes and all the others that now will be able to operate from what they call a forward airbase, Daryn, which is about 150 miles in the southeast of Iraq -- Daryn.”
“WALLACE: And Daryn, that is a message we really have been hearing from President Bush and his top advisers almost everyday.”
“Daryn, that is Senator Lincoln Chafee, who is a Republican from Rhode Island, and one of the five moderates who will be meeting later today over lunch to talk about next year's legislation with Dick Cheney -- Daryn.”
““Faith,” Hendler said, “Katherine Hall has just been identified as Daryn Anisa McDermott.”
“Incumbent starters Atari Bigby (strong safety), Johnny Jolly (defensive end) and Daryn Colledge (left guard) and nickel back Tramon Williams won't be allowed to participate until they're under contract.”
“Green Bay moved Daryn Colledge from left guard to left tackle after Clifton went down and Colledge was beaten for 3½ sacks.”
“With special thanks to Donna Fennessy and Daryn Eller for their outstanding contributions to this book.”
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