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  • i hate that our country is torn and not united. i hate that our countries popularity level has plummeted in european countries.

    who? me? « Magic Lantern Arts

  • Ookami to Koushinryou aka Spice and Wolf (A story about a pendler who meets a mature and wise wolf-girl taking place in european historical setting.

    Year-End Babble: 2008 Anime Notables « Undercover

  • No big name european or english superstars play first division football in Brazil, or Argentina for that matter.

    Eric Ehrmann: FIFA Bullying Gets Politcial in Brazil World Cup Feud

  • Ancient Egypt (Kemet) - The European Admission - instituteofblackstudyandresearch. ning.com Yet another undeniable upload straight from the horses mouth (So called european scholar).

    WN.com - Articles related to Quest for Cleopatra's tomb reveals statue

  • Naturaly republicans will lie and call european liberals politicaly center not left but when do republicans realy tell the truth.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The same people who call the european immigration of this continent an invasion, seem to have an entirely different view of the current primarily latino illegal immigration into our nation.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Also, Big 10 officials need to cut down on the so-called european step.

    chicagotribune.com -

  • The kids were screaming and running in and out of the house as I sat down on my computer on a beautiful and warm Saturday afternoon to join in with a group of people loosely called the european weekend testers.

    Irish Blogs

  • It was mid morning snack time and we'd had a good day, so why not break out the chocolate spread that makes me feel like I'm trapped in an annoying overdubbed european commercial.

    motherbumper

  • By the standards of past conflicts these are, of course, mercifully trivial numbers but as a percentage of their countries 'respective populations (an admittedly crudely-hewn yardstick) it's obvious that the British, Canadians (a "european" nation in defence terms) and, most especially, the Danes have "sacrificed" more than the Americans in a cause that is less immediately or pressingly theirs.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

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  • Sounds like the letters U R O P N.

    May 17, 2008