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  • It is now to be called the Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act of 2004.

    Archive 2004-06-20

  • Inducing Mauer to hit a broken-bat grounder to first, the greatest closer in baseball history watched the Yankees tack on two insurance runs in the ninth ; the courtesy of three walks and bases-loaded RBI singles by Posada and Robinson Cano off a still shell-shocked Joe Nathan.

    One Season

  • Inducing ground balls at the most opportune times, in his final three innings he produced three double plays.

    One Season

  • Inducing the Bulls into a psychologically physical battle, one that would shape the course of the rivalry, in that first playoff confrontation, the trap they set worked to perfection.

    One Season

  • Inducing such reactions, however, required new technology to dramatically boost energy levels of the bombarding particles.

    Walther Bothe and the Physics Institute: the Early Years of Nuclear Physics

  • Shock-Inducing Reactions from classmates to news of a pregnancy. [delicious torts]

    The Weekly Law School Roundup #164

  • Inducing Knox to make this spectacular exposure on the floor of the House just at the critical time when so many important bills are pending.

    THEFT

  • Cringely Inducing blog about articles archives media

    Cringely Inducing

  • Inducing anger generated profound changes in the human body which controlled the heart and hormones, he said.

    Getting Angry Can Actually Be Good For You | Impact Lab

  • I am going to go eat my vegetables now since they outlawed eating meat because of killing all those Global Warming Inducing animals and their evil farts.

    Democrats declare war on West Virginia. Again. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

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