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  • DPW cited this otpion in their assesment -- its called hige frikin sand bags.

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  • I think there is not a single thing that anyone can do about this because fact is a hige contract was awarded to Trijicon and they manufacture the best sight for the M-4 platform that is available.

    Trijicon Trouble

  • Wormold's invention of a network of agents and plans for a secret rocket-pads and launchers in Cuba impress his superiors in London so much that he's sent hige resources to continue his intellgience work.

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

  • The Bernese colored hige under this rebuke to which he ventured not to attempt a reply.

    Anne of Geierstein

  • We drove to Lake Chapala from the San Francisco Bay Area down Highway 15 in Mexico with three hige mastiffs and two cats.

    AM I CUTE?

  • It's been a month and I'm still enjoying my job a hige amount.

    cbrimble Diary Entry

  • I remember that between 1995 and 1997 there was a hige appetite among businesses, trade associations and charities for knowledge of what an incoming Labour government would do.

    Some Policies for David Cameron

  • I think the execs getting hige bonus payments then having to own up to faking programmes is a huge waste of licence fee money.

    Jeremy Hunt Questions Future of BBC Licence Fee

  • S. proposes 'hige-méðe,' nom.sing. limiting Wigláf; i.e. _W., mood-weary, holds head-watch o'er friend and foe_.

    Beowulf An Anglo-Saxon Epic Poem

  • The Lerma feed into Lake Chapala so I would assume that the Lake must have those chemicals in it and that because our lake is smaller than Lake Aral we possibly hige concetrations.

    Health Concerns As Lake Chapala Dies

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