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  • Hearing about kids being sick, whether its the flu or something much more serious, gives me immeasureable amounts of anxiety.

    You are SO going to love me – The finale « Bored Mommy

  • The lessons that we've learned from him are immeasureable.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Not only, Markg8, has immeasureable damage been done to the Army, Marines and National Guard ... just look at the damage being inflicted on the American psyche with Bush and Company's blase 'attitude about treatment of those grievously wounded Iraq battle casualties ...

    Antiwar Leader Tries To Light Fire Under Dems Over Iraq

  • I did consider BO but in the end decided that despite immeasureable time spent trying to get to know him, all I kept hearing was "it's time for real change" with no concrete plan to get us there.

    spelling relief

  • Hansen, former Olympic and Paralympic athlete, who has raised millions of dollars and immeasureable oceans of awareness through his foundation and the Man In Motion tour.

    wheels in motion

  • She brings me immeasureable joy. and even though it is harder than anything I have ever done before, and the sacrifice is huge, the payoff is tremendous!

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • You have brought me so much immeasureable joy, that in the remembering of the past, I can barely stand to think of the life I lived, before you.

    wendchymes Diary Entry

  • The committee who gave you this award, your parents, all of us - we hope that it means you will go on to achieve great things, find immeasureable success, and discover the job of your dreams.

    Remarks by Senator Barack Obama at the Rockford Register Star Young American Awards

  • ‘Ha, ha, ha, gentlemen!’ roared Sloppy in a peal of laughter, and with immeasureable relish.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • The eye wandered without an object to fix upon over immeasureable plains, and lakes that seemed replenished by the ocean, whilst eternal forests of small clustering trees, obstructed the circulation of air, and embarrassed the path, without gratifying the eye of taste.

    Maria; or The Wrongs of Woman

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