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  • And, amassive federal investigationhas nowtargeted Madoff's 67 year old wife, Ruth, a woman definitely used to the finer things in life.

    Diane Dimond: The Madoff Legacy of Shame

  • Jack Straw would reduce the gap to 21 points, whilst Ed Balls would open it up to amassive 33 points (and put Labour in third, behind the Lib Dems, in the process).

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • Beyond the Caspian basin, further work moves forward on amassive pipeline projectplanned to bringTurkmengas to China.

    Readjustments in Pipelineistan

  • As I write this, amassive blast has been reported at the Taj andthe army is getting ready to storm the Taj hotel to end the siege by the terrorists (4: 32 pm).

    Up to 50 Hostages Held As Mumbai Terror Attacks Continue Into 20th Hour

  • If everyone got angry in one moment and emailed the president and told him, get us out or get out if we crashed the internet with amassive burst indignation each person responsible for their e-mail one person, one mouse against one rampaging Bull elefonte I won't insult the noble animal by calling him and elephant, bush is an elefonte.

    A Woman of Constant Sorrow

  • He has amassive head wound above his left eye where he took bullet, with brains and blood visible.

  • Johann's motor launcher boat rushed to the USS Arizona, which was hit by several bombs, one of which struck her forward ammunition magazines and set off amassive explosion.

    WAFB - Local News

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