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  • Maintaining viable operations on the Mainline is an issue of significant concern to Canada's energy balance, since without the pipeline, homes in Ontario would go without heat and industrial users would be driven out of business.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • He says the borough is glad Havrilla calls the Mainline town home and set up shop here.

    The Altoona Mirror

  • For more information about this solution, call a Mainline account representative or call Mainline directly at 866.490.

    Marketwire - Breaking News Releases

  • Yet even in what used to be called Mainline Protestantism, there are renewal groups dedicated to reclaiming the genuine heritage of their great denominations.

    FRC Blog

  • Previously known as Mainline, The Brothers Movement is comprised of Neil Paxton (guitars/vox),

    I Like Music - music news

  • FS: Burberry menswear Lookbooks for SS09 Prorsum and London (aka Mainline).

    superfuture :: supertalk

  • "Mainline," breathed the link man, his voice the only sound as Case plunged through the glowing strata of Sense/Net ice.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • "Mainline" economics is those who argue for the self-organizing properties of the market economy, whereas "mainstream" is whatever is currently fashionable in the scientific community.

    Phelps on capitalism - The Austrian Economists

  • Also included in that article were the United Methodists, another "Mainline" group, of which Bush is a member; I have to assume many United Methodists voted Republican in 2004, no?

    Happy New Year, Enjoy It While You Can

  • "Mainline," however, really is a polite fiction that needs to go.

    Philocrites: Uh oh: Here come the Christian humanists!


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