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  • One, which had made a lasting impression, was called A Roving Commission.

    MY EARLY LIFE

  • Another strategy that I will contribute to the Strategy of the Week is one I thought of today and called Roving Reporter.

    Strategy of the week

  • During the most excruciating pain I sold my Mine known as the Roving Trapper and completed my Journey to the States, carrying with me a Dr. and A Trained

    Black Beaver The Trapper

  • First published in the United States under the title A Roving Commission: My Early Life

    MY EARLY LIFE

  • 'Roving' DUI Checkpoints in Colorado Springs on Friday Night

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  • Roving thugs and lynch mobs intimidated black citizens in many places.

    The Good Fight

  • Roving Rooney: Whenever Chelsea fed the ball into midfield, Rooney retreated to mark Essien and provide support for Giggs and Carrick.

    Manchester United's dominance built on industry of Wayne Rooney

  • Roving the infield like a free safety in an NFL secondary, what Jeter did in milliseconds is the stuff of legends.

    One Season

  • PERFORMANCES '9/11 Dance: A Roving Memorial' 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

    Many Ways to Mark Anniversary

  • And @benjibousquet wrote:Even if England is heading for its biggest strike in 30 years, there'll still be fewer people than were at the royal wedding.7.30pm: Roving picket correspondent John Harris has filed his report on a day spent with strikers in south-west England.

    Public sector strikes - Wednesday 30 November

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