from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To shine.
- v. To give light to; enlighten.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To shine.
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For those in favor of Prop H to use the homeless as a ploy to get you to vote for Prop H is, inlight of their track record as late as last night, a crime against humanity.
I don't see my bracket increasing and state taxes will offset any savings; and I still question the life of the roth inlight of future tax needs and the possible revocation of its vevy existance.
Peter Millin: They are participating in a legal activity … your remarks seem strange inlight of being pro ...
"Ya, when you start talkin to the rubes who have been led down the path drinking their pagan with a shot of Christian cocktail, one does wonder, but the best place to do your wondering is inlight of the scope, context, and flow of scripture, for it is only there, where true understanding comes from, and not balantantly throwing scripture away because someone else screwed up."
They are proceeding down into the woods and their only light is one Mini-Mag flashlight and a hat with built-inlight. eft: Hat with built-in LED lights.
To me, the refusal to move those funds to something much more deserving and immediate like Katrina aid, especially inlight of the democrats constant thrashing of the (R)
10: 52 CST: Q: What are you opinions on how education could be changed inlight of these social trends?
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