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  • It was proven in the middle ages and again last night on countdown with keith olbermann … all that “inhanced interrogation” on the yemenis in guantanamo did not offer any intelligence about the crotch bomber … and it should have, according to the frighty apologists …

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: January 8, 2010

  • Now due to the 3D technology really not being inhanced, and just being used correctly, Ill get to the main focus of the movie.

    Sound Off: James Cameron's Avatar - What Did You Think? « FirstShowing.net

  • Anonymous said ... some of the clone are not age inhanced and most of them are made from a new host. that's why they sound diferent from Boba and Jango in the Holy Trilogy.

    The Tao Of Sith

  • Lisa Rinna…She scares the crap out of me with her artifically inhanced lips.

    Who are the scariest celebrities? | EW.com

  • Smoking bomb clouds inhanced are realy not the issue for me, the loss of lives on the ground are………Blessings….

    Think Progress » In defense of war photographers.

  • On Face The Nation; Binden is asked if he thinks there is ever a place for torture/waterboarding/inhanced interrogations.

    Crooks and Liars

  • With inhanced frame works and more details that could take you days to find flaws in, It's hard seeing any ace combat compare to this.

    WN.com - Articles related to Singapore Airlines cuts back on first class

  • But in an effort to bring down President Bush, inhanced interregation against terrorists was made to resemble the methods used by terror regimes … that CNN supports.

    Sister Toldjah

  • If any one has suffered during inhanced interogation, they have merely imagined that they were suffering pain.

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • Secondly, that height is inhanced by something which you will not see, save in the low countries between the hills of Ardennes and the yellow seas -- I mean brick Gothic; for the Gothic which you and I know is built up of stone, and, even so, produces every effect of depth and distance; but the Gothic of the Netherlands is often built curiously of bricks, and the bricks are so thin that it needs a whole host of them in an infinity of fine lines to cover a hundred feet of wall.

    Hills and the Sea

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