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  • But critics charge its success has been inflated by questionable practices: At the time of its ipo, for instance, about a quarter of Baidu's traffic came from its mp3 search, a barely legal function that let users find pirated music.

    Baidu's Internet Gold Search

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    2009 March « PurpleSlog – Awesomeness & Modesty Meets Sexy

  • If people feel they must do this, that is their right and nobody should demean them .. — iohwe ipo

    Clinton Supporters Try One More Tack - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • I heard chanting, sudden grunting, shouts and mutters, and then creeping toward the pool, peeking past the monkeypod and through the oleanders that hid the fence, I saw the torchlight, the gleaming bodies -- Hawaiian men in loincloths and Hawaiian women in ti-leaf skirts slapping fat calabash gourds they called _ipo_.

    Beard

  • Just to spite the old man, Alder had chosen the knobbiest, ugliest piece of ipo he could find.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • Alder still had his ipo stick gripped in his hand.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • It was expected that he would train with that same piece of ipo for eight, ten, twelve years.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • In the old days, Wencil said, a Bedoowan knight cut his own piece of ipo on the first day of training.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • But to play your part, you must be like the ipo tree.

    Pendragon Before the War

  • This junky, gnarled piece of ipo was stronger than all of those training weapons hed been so proud of.

    Pendragon Before the War

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