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  • At the same time, she has chosen to work undercover and devote her every hour to this casea very serious commitment of a different kind.

    The Likeness by Tana French: Questions

  • This model citizen, this savior of their casea man who has spent half of his adult life in prison and much of the rest of it on parole.

    Just Take My Heart

  • But in this casea missing kidwouldnt it be a bit strange?

    Dog on It

  • Nor would it shock anyone who has bothered to read the book that Sinclair wrote about the casea two-volume "contemporary historical novel" called Boston.

    The Elegant Variation:

  • Notice of suit may be pub - liBlied in cei'tain casea, etc.

    Acts and resolves passed by the General Court

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  • "Casea was a small, sail-less pelycosaur that lived during the early Permian period. ... This plant-eater ate tough plants, like horsetails and ferns. ... Casea was about 4 feet (1.2 m) and may have weighed over 1,300 pounds (600 kg). Fossils of this synapsid have been found in France and the USA (Texas)." (enchantedlearning.com)

    August 29, 2008