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  • As a american, i ask all those that are not blinded by hate, and fearing someone that's only trying to help or believeing someone who's only instress is to keep this president from doing what he was elected to do. pam Eugene OR

    House deeply divided over proposed rebuke of Obama heckler

  • Tall order for me as I had most certainly wrecked my deutschland and sprung my instress over studying him for A Level.

    Babies and Buttered Noodles

  • Encounter: a meeting that becomes decisive instress and the encounter

    Twelve Months of Deep Furrows

  • Gerard Manly Hopkins called this meeting, 'instress.'

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • Campbell casecop killings asDel Vecchio caseexecutions inIllinois reform inIllinois’s reinstatement ofinsanity defense inJohnson caseMelka casemitigation inMTF’s first defense ofNieves casePlacek onpolice corruption and brutality inprosecutorial misconduct inqualifying lawyers forRunge caseRyan’s granting of clemency forsentencing hearings instress and pressure of defense inTribblet caseWilliams casewrongful convictions inYates casesee also cop-killer cases; Oliver, Aloysius Maurice, case of“Defender’s Credo” Doherty

    Defending the Damned

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