from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See immanuel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See Immanuel.
- n. An ointment much used in the latter part of the sixteenth century, composed of herbs boiled in wine, and having pitch, suet, mastic, etc., afterward added.
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I like Obama but I do not trust emmanuel pelosi or reid and they are running the country - I did not like TARP, the stimulus plan, health care reform, or the wasteful spending and large deficits - – I can no longer support with a vote the man I admire as a person
You hold the power, so don't let your raw emotions and self delusions cloud your ability to enact real change. emmanuel
With some intelligence this result could already have been seen weeks ago ... emmanuel Ray
Of course each candidate trys to put themselves in a more favorable light -- that's politics. emmanuel
He did better than you in the primaries and the whole world witnessed!!! emmanuel
As Governor Paterson says, "Desperation". emmanuel Ray
May 24th, 2008 3: 11 am ET she's a sore loser. not to mention a kinving, scheming, v*g! most of america is done with her except for the blue hairs. enough ... end this and lets win in Nov! emmanuel Ray
The fight will go to the convention for sure! emmanuel
Why would the Clinton Crowd cheer for Obama? emmanuel Ray
He is the best Political strategist America has ever seen. kweku emmanuel
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