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“Sir Isaac Newton madea find when an apple it is said, fell from a tree he sat beneath and landed on his head!”
“Of course Sigmund Freud madea scientific phenomenon of dream analysis.”
“Profit taking that caused people to die because because they are sick or can't afford the price is inexcuseable and should be madea crime. by”
“Susan: Always up for a challenge, Susan madea sexcapade attempt with Mike, and itwas pretty entertaining.”
“Federico Picone madea summary of the event [es] , and he says in his blog: “Just another moment in the Argentinean blogosphere that helps you see in person all of the people that you only know by their 32×32 pixels avatar and where the definition of “Social Web” takes meaning.””
“The Iraqi president, Nouri Al-Maliki has madea big noiseabout reclaiming the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.”
“Analysts say that if Microsoft hadn't madea guffaw of bidding for Microsoft, Gates would have been as rich or richer than Buffet's touted $62 billion.”
“General David Petraeus told the Senate Armed Services Committee on last Sept. 11, that Iraqhas already madea $1.6 billion arms dealwith the U.S., and has plans to buy $1.8 billion more.”
“Ai jess madea jug ob orinj joosean lemmunayde wibe iyces an slyces *hands a big glass tew iddd”
“Not that it would have madea difference in the game.”
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