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  • The world has yet to be given the details of the Democrats 'come-home crusade.

    Bush: The Churchill Scenario

  • The other Vipers of the squadron were obeying the come-home order and were flocking back to Galactica.

    Battlestar Galactica

  • The main concern with Super Saver is the slow come-home time from his last race; horses usually don't crawl in their final quarter mile in their last Derby prep and then win the roses at 10 furlongs.

    SI.com

  • He's always been well regarded and loved his inner splits of: 23 3/5 quarters and solid come-home time, doing it with relative ease.

    Thoroughbred News | BloodHorse.com

  • As part of its once-robust marketing program, Monaco hosted two company-sponsored rallies each year, known as "come-home" rallies, attended by 550 to 800 owners of Monaco coaches and its other brands, Holiday Rambler, Beaver and Safari.

    The Register-Guard: RSS Feeds

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  • From "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" (and many other hymns).

    December 21, 2011