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“Indeed, the Russian word Dushechka originates from the Russian word "dusha" or soul, and thus the title alone has multiple meanings -- soul mate, someone who is all soul, or has a great soul.”
“Francis Wheen's book about paranoia in the 1970s, Strange Days Indeed, is published by Fourth Estate.”
“Indeed, is it a word at all, an abbreviation, or something else?”
“In a Web 2.0 world, apps are built on top of apps, and at its core, Indeed is a web service.”
“Indeed, is such ego separable from the aspiration?”
“Indeed, is there any bigger and nobler ambition than to reconcile and reunify Europe?”
“Indeed, is there any other choice -- a drifting, now well in course to a North American protectorate -- economic, social, military, inevitably, in the end, political -- under the pulsing, dynamic United States of America?”
“Indeed, is this not the certain way to surest peace for the world? for the U.S.A.? for the U.S.S.R.?”
“Indeed from a strictly commercial point of view, they could only be entered in red ink and underlined as liabilities which would soon put a private building firm out of business.”
“Indeed from the physiological point of view, the importance of the education of the senses is evident from an observation of the scheme of the diagrammatic arc which represents the functions of the nervous system.”
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