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“Yes Yes Yes~~~ Universal single payer is by far the most economical way to get healthcare to everyone.”
“A 'No' Vote is a 'Yes' Vote unless there's a filibuster: Call Senators Today! yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'A \'No\ 'Vote is a \'Yes\' Vote unless there\'s a filibuster: Call Senators Today! ”
“Yes, echoes the negro-hating mob, made up of "gentlemen of property and standing" together with equally gentle-men reeking from the gutter; _Yes -- Paul sent back Onesimus to Philemon_!”
“Yes, I can, said Anna, thinking a moment; and grasping the position in her thought and weighing it in her inner balance, she added: Yes, I can, I can, I can.”
“Late Game Entry Yes Yes* With LT‐11. 5, if a guest goes into the game more than 60 seconds late, the guests pack will not be registered and they will not receive a score card.”
“Yes, the Hebrew word translated 'fear' can mean reverence and respect, but its primary meaning is terror.”
“While Hitchins initially only wanted to compose one song with the title Yes, we can - in reference to Obama's campaign slogan - he soon realised that the theme had the potential for more.”
“We can't seem to remember how we came up with the title Yes," says Neil.”
“But Chamberlain had already told the world that the surgery went well, via his Twitter account, where he posted pictures of himself in a black sling, with a surgical cap on, and the word "Yes" written on his right elbow to show doctors where to operate.”
“I thought No in my head, but my lips formed the word Yes.”
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Names of progressive / art / psychedelic / baroque rock bands. Non-Anglo-Saxon bands of supernational fame are also listed as long as their name is English.
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