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  • Playin 'Possum - Why do partisan folks like you take a single attribute and try to apply it to a class of people.

    Sound Politics: McGavick = Human, Liberal Bloggers = Angry

  • Helping with a few shirts is a small price to pay for not having to vie for the title of Possum Queen.

    Disenchanted Princess

  • Now Mr. Pike abhors a coward, and his disgust with Possum is profound.

    Chapter 25

  • Rozzell said at least three large wildfires approached consolidation into one massive one called the Possum Kingdom Complex.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Possum, that is the first I have heard of the "nosedive" concept.

    Smoothing Out The Transition - NASA Watch

  • In due time again, the door made its way to America and became the centerpiece of a country cottage, where eventually a lonely young man called Possum stumbled on the secret of releasing her.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact

  • An electric box of tricks called Possum did most of these tasks.

    Forfeit

  • A canopy of thin clouds was helping to insulate the area around the blaze known as the Possum Kingdom Complex from further heat and drying, while hit-and-miss chances of rain held out at least the possibility of a natural assist to the firefighting effort, said National Weather Service meteorologist Matt Mosier in Fort Worth.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • Along with the "Possum," he's also known as No-Show Jones.

    The Short List

  • by Michael Lee West, Teeny Templeton - called Possum Head as a child - catches her fiancĂ© with two other women.

    NYT > Home Page

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