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  • To further eludicate, I think the first "Madeleine" book is a prime example to use to point out what's wrong with so many picturebooks these days ..

    The exception that isn't

  • In that case, as per the fMRI data has indicated and, yes I have read that report too, it may be possible to eludicate if there is any stimulus vs response supportive of congitive function despite severe sensory and motor impediments as would be the case with the degree of cerebral damage that TS was found to have sustained according to the pathology report.

    Lies about Terri Schiavo’s Case in the National Review

  • Psychoanalysis, which deals with events going on beneath accepted institutional forms, could have been the field to eludicate this feminine contribution.

    An Exchange on Freud and Women

  • And in a harmonious fashion, they MUST invite Mr Lilley to eludicate there are no hard feelings.

    Manchester Evening News - RSS Feed

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