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“blog post published Tuesday, which mistakenly reported that Mitt Romney was using in speeches the phrase "Keep America American," which was once used by the Ku Klux Klan.”
“Raising Hope almost wasn't Raising Hope: When the cast and crew shot the pilot, it was called Keep Hope Alive.”
“But the main "Keep Comic-Con in San Diego" Facebook page posted an update that read:”
“The Keep is the first book of six in his Adversary Cycle saga.”
“Milla Jovovich is going to star as an alcoholic ex stripper in Keep Coming Back, a film directed by first time director and A list star William H. Macy.”
“Mary Jo Foley, in Keep the faith: More Windows-specific consumer ads coming soon quoted a Microsoft spokesperson who said that the ads will quickly move to being more about Windows, including desktop, laptop and mobile.”
“According to Variety, Jovovich is set to play an alcoholic stripper in "Keep Coming Back," a comedy that marks the directorial debut of actor William H. Macy.”
“There are rich, vivid characters here (mostly the ones introduced in the first book) but there are also a lot of placeholders, where the Duke of Windstop Keep is a beefy guy with broad knuckles, and that's pretty much all we know about him except that he's thwarting X's plans in some tedious and micromanaged way.”
“The crew began to rush to the sides to throw themselves into the boats, but a warning cry was raised in English, "Keep back, or we pull away!”
“I flew; when, to my great surprise, one of them called, in English, Keep off, sir!”
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