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“Now of course everyone wants the land since the Jews drained the swamps, and irrigated the desert and made the land bloom onceagain.”
“Tonight, though, cracking jokes and ordering the band about, there is little doubt that Collins is onceagain in command of his own music, as he has regained command of so much else in his life.”
“Repeating for the ignorant, deaf and blind onceagain:”
“The Jewish people, whose gifts to civilised discourse include Einstein and Epstein, Mendelssohn and Mahler, Sergei Eisenstein and Billy Wilder, are now symbolised throughout the world by the blustering bully Ariel Sharon, a war criminal implicated in the murder of Palestinians at the Sabra and Shatila camps and now involved in killing Palestinians onceagain.”
“— Now of course everyone wants the land since the Jews drained the swamps, and irrigated the desert and made the land bloom onceagain.”
“Nibbles onceagain becomes a bit tipsy as he gets flusheddown the sewer system with some champagne.”
“Those who believed in theunbridled free market have been proved wrong onceagain".”
“Or if that is not possible, is it possible to re-route data coming into the u.s. “switch” from international locations to somewhere offshore — say canada or something — and then just tap into the data stream in Canada thus getting around the u.s. jurisdiction issue onceagain?”
“Caffirs and culls and onceagain overalls, the fittest surviva lives that blued, iorn and storridge can make them.”
“In all these, there are no winners and no losers, because by the grace of God we have onceagain succeeded in moving our country forward.”
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