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  • “All you kids wear that size now-a- days with your big baggy pants.”

    Unpleated

  • Mccain is manipulating the press but the public is not fooled: We are less concerned with Iran right now-a country we could easily obliterate-than with our skyrocketing gas prices, our foreclosed homes, illegal immigration, and Iraq.

    McCain seizes on Obama's 'tiny' comment

  • I can see it now-a five-headed dragon such as I had heard nightmarish tales about when I was a childl

    Finnegan teoriza la practica de cuerdas

  • Love now-a good, solid love is something infinitely rarer and more difficult to maintain, because you don't know everything your partner is feeling.

    Widows and Orphans

  • The Pike was easy prey for the Draa'kon now-a sitting duck-and even if Picard wanted to leave Riker's craft unprotected, there was no way he could reach her sister shuttle in time.

    Addicts

  • For those asleep at the wheel-that's 33 years from now-a blink in time.

    THE NEXT ADDED 100 MILLION AMERICANS: PART 1

  • He had it now-a compulsion, very subtle, to keep them both in the immediate area where it had been set.

    Music To My Sorrow

  • There it was, clearer now-a deep-throated blend, far off.

    Genellan- Planetfall

  • That does not happen now-a — days, or else the poor would soon become rich.

    Household Tales

  • We forget, now-a - days, so rapid have been the changes for the better, how cruel was the condition of numbers of labourers at the close of the great

    The Life of Charlotte Bronte

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