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  • Koob was profoundly sad to be cut off from her world, isolated from her family and any community of Christians; from familiar Christmas music, the swirl of shopping, cards, parties, and gift-giving.

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  • Kathryn Koob fought to hold back tears during her ceremony.

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  • "The Amish community has taught us all about forgiving," Koob said.

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  • Dr. George Koob, also from Scripps Research Institute, observed that the finding from this and other studies that long-term exposure to cannabinoids can produce changes in the brain that resemble those associated with other major drugs of abuse suggests that addiction to one drug may make a person more vulnerable to abuse and addiction to other drugs.

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  • Gadoua Religion News Service Barbara Koob moved from Utica, N.Y., to nearby Syracuse in the summer of 1862, when she was 24,...

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  • "Erling Smith is a logical choice for this transition period," Koob said in a statement.

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  • "I kind of thought I'd be staying overnight," said Koob, 46.

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  • So Koob left at 8: 30 p.m. that Thursday and returned to her home in Mason.

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  • "It's unique, it's different," Koob said, comparing the experience to horse-drawn carriage rides.

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  • Platte Flats, Utah, June 29, 2166 -- Extra-terrestrials from the planet Koob in the star system Rigel Kentaurus announced today their 200,000-year program of observing and testing human life is now complete. universe

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