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  • Since President Obama has been in office my taxes have NOT gine up and I am gainfully employed.

    Tea Party Express, Part Three

  • The world needs an en-gine of growth to replace free-spending American consumers and their appetite for other countries 'exports.

    A New Economic Order

  • May 28th, 2008 1: 04 pm ET some one please gine her medication SHE is freakin crazy.

    Clinton says she expects lead in popular vote, primary delegates

  • At one point he was rumored to be discussing a content deal with the search en-gine's top competitor: Microsoft's Bing.

    The Man Behind Google News

  • She sai thx to efrywun for teh gine.. genros.. naicenis.

    When fleas go unchecked - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • In fact they keep sending investigators round to try to see where all their money has gine.

    Harriet Harman's Lesson in Shallowness

  • In France, thanks to Martine Rouche and Claudine I'H'te-Azema in Mirepoix; to R-gine Foucher in Rennes-les-Bains; to Michelle and Roland Hill for giving me sight of the diary; to Madame Breithaupt and her team in Carcassonne; and to Pierre Sanchez and Chantai Billautou for all the practical help over the past eighteen years.

    Sepulchre

  • Ah, my Lucy! you ima-gine, I dare say, that this admirable man lost no — thing in my eyes, by this his polite condescension.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • Silly, as vain! thought I: Handsome fop! to ima-gine thy displeasure of consequence to me!

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • You cannot, madam, ima-gine my distress: so little as could be expected to be allowed by them to the principles of a man whom they supposed to be in an error that would inevitably cast him into perdition!

    Sir Charles Grandison

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