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  • The paintings are filled-out with often dreamlike imagery: hyenas, sprites, alighting birds, and are finally intermingled with an array of extremely intricate and gestural abstract shapes, strokes, patterns and marks.

    Bill Bush: Made in L.A.: This Artweek.LA (October 10-16, 2011)

  • A list of government benefits your child may receive, as well as copies of any filled-out application forms.

    10 Tips For Parents Of Special Needs Children

  • With it, she gave me a copy of my newly filled-out forms and told me to go back up to the lab for my blood work.

    Barry Crimmins: Sickened Ire

  • Dan James would have a much harder time submitting Famous All Over Town as "Danny Santiago" today than he did in the early 1980s; the Marketing Department now wants a lot more from a new novelist that a filled-out questionnaire.

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  • On Monday morning, Kate left the filled-out registration form for the sign language class with a check on the dining room table.

    Substitute Me

  • Please note that we MUST receive your filled-out registration form to reserve space; payment alone does not reserve the space.

    ConDFW X | 2010 | January

  • She went back to her Doctor and was charged $15.00 for having that excuse filled-out - even though she is on Medicaid and they know she is dirt poor, but she was told it could takes as long as two weeks to complete, effectively bringing her application for assistance to 60 days before it can be approved.

    Forgotten Americans Are Still Falling Deeper Into The Rabbit Hole Of Financial Disaster

  • Police found a filled-out application for joining a neonazi group.

    Chip Berlet: Bigotry, Demonizing Rhetoric and Right-Wing Violence

  • It's impossible to say, of course, but with my filled-out picture of not only contemporary animal agriculture, but my own understanding of fatherhood, it feels impossible to imagine a time when I would bring such food --- which is virtually always unhealthy, destructive and cruel --- into our home.

    Jonathan Safran Foer: Quitting Meat: A Process Of Change

  • My first dental experience was probably in 1957 when the “country school in town” started requiring a legal-looking, filled-out dental card stating that you had seen a dentist and that all was good with your teeth.

    Tuesday, Sept. 22 – The Bleat.

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