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“In 2001, the U.S. andby extension the entire international community cast their lot with Hamid Karzai.”
“This public health emergency is hidden from view by media trivialisation of the problem andby attributing its causes to vanity.”
“In the following I will show that the above assumptions can be validated through a careful analysis of the research literature andby applying themto psychosynthesis psychotherapy.”
“An audio tape recorded 53 years ago of a death penalty execution in Japan, aired by Nippon Cultural Broadcastingon May 6th and andby Asahi television's Super Morning show [ja] on April 29th, has triggered conversations among bloggers about the country'sdeath penalty system.”
“Bradley then turned to retrace his steps, and by-and-by struck off through little-traversed ways, and by - andby reached school and home.”
“A number of oil tanker companies and other vested interests have been violating these embargoes and supplying oil to South Africa by secret and illegal means, andby complicated manoeuvres.”
“As the actors of these events themselves understood them but ill, we shall not be far from the truth in saying that our Revolution was a phenomenon equally misunderstood by those who caused it andby those who have described it.”
“By-andby, it might be, both would come to her, if she lived.”
“Asha can be reached on facebook underAsha Emannuel andby email”
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