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[Splenetic MSNBC host Keith] Olbermann asked Krugman, a persistent critic of the President, whether there was "any chance he revealed his plans for the economy in his last weeks in office and if not, was it difficult to shake that hand?"
Phase One involves brainstorming the award categories — Best New Blog, Funniest Entry on a Religious Theme, Most Splenetic Rant, that kind of thing —and will give us something to do until the end of the year.
Splenetic slice of rockabilly that revisits the late 70's Fall of Totales
New England, a country where Splenetic Maladies are prevailing and pernicious, perhaps above any other, hath afforded
I call them "Splenetic Conservatives" for obvious reasons.
A Medical Traveller might say, ’tis owing to undue bandages; — a Splenetic one, to want of air; — and an
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