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  • Recently is used loosely here, as the original “purchase” took place on February 23th 2008.

    Xbox Live Won't Refund Points For Game They Can't Deliver - The Consumerist

  • massive pillow fight Saturday afternoon, attracting about 500 kids, teens and adults, equipped with a variety of pillows and plenty of cameras. had planned to throw their own pillow fight in Toronto on April 4, a day that's become known as Recently Divorced (a clothing line that decided to get in on the fun) already booked and paid a $500 deposit for the permit at Yonge-Dundas Square, Kevin Bracken and Lori Kufner of

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  • Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and the Environment in a regular segment titled Recently Published.

    Atomic Insights Blog

  • "Recently," Ryne said, although she knew that wouldn't work.

    In the Midnight Hour

  • "Recently" may mean a much longer time that you'd expect.

    languagehat.com: LINKING LANGUAGES.

  • "Recently," he said, "they have networked and conspired to murder Jack Kukulan."

    Take Me for a Ride: coming of age in a destructive cult

  • "Recently," re-echoed he, regaining his composure, "I took it out and meant it to stand down in the corner there to remind me."

    The Pagans

  • On Saturday, trumpeter John Dearth, an early collaborator of the band, took the stage for a lengthy segment that included "Recently," "Crush," the new song "Spaceman" and "Cornbread."

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  • "Recently," Ahnell went on, "the city was contacted by the FDOT who said that the NW 12 th Avenue project did not meet requirements since a project development and environmental (PD&E) study was not conducted." and replaced it proposals to resurface NW 20th Street from Dixie to Federal: NW / SW

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  • Recently, meaning today at lunch, I found out that one of my friends who is incredibly intelligent, missing only one question on the SAT, was turned down for a scholarship based mainly on scholastic merit, but also on character and involvement in the community.

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