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“When we turn to look at strict fantasy, we see something very different from what's possible in science fiction: we see a great manymore Evil Antagonists who are Evil simply because of authorial say-so.”
“There are manymore articles on this subject such as Kissingers depopulation paper written in 1974, and others in the elite class, but lets just start with the UN (you have to cut and paste this thing, I don't know how to do the linkage)”
“While a scant few channels were opened another, manymore were closed.”
“(In fact, I get many, many, manymore books or ARCs than I can possibly read or review).”
“There are many good teachers out there, but it is a very tough job, and we could stand to have manymore.”
“This tells us that, first, Oklahoma was again not far out of step with the U.S.; and, second, that there are all sorts of reasons why the burglary rate might fall much faster than the theft rate (such as higher penalty increases for burglary than for theft, changes in policing priorities, and manymore).”
“England: Isaac Newton is the obvious one, but there are manymore.”
“So there have always been manymore Melkites in Syria, and the Jacobites were never an overwhelming majority.”
“Cost Johnson and Jenifer of Maryland, Pickens and Campbell of South Carolina, and we know not how manymore slaveholding members of Congress, have been engaged, either as principals or seconds, in that species of murder dignified with the name of duelling.”
“The truth is we cannot be certain how a law such as BCRA §203 meshes with the original meaning of the First Amendment. 58 I have given several reasons why I believethe Constitution would have been understood then, and ought to be understood now, to permit reasonable restrictions on corporate electioneering, and I will give manymore reasons in the pages to come.”
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