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“It's all part of the planning for the day when daughter Sandra will be onher own.”
“I also imagine that the Obama administration will have already examined some of here memos from her time in the Clinton administration before having settled onher.”
“Reinstating the charges now will likely make it harder onher.”
“The point is, there also appear to be Republicans who were enthusiastic about Sarah Palin not for her stands on the issues, or whether she was well-informed about them at all, but from the flip side of the same superficialities that allegedly led others to look down onher.”
“June 15, 2009 at 8:14 am diz is wut Skwirrlgurl duz onher dai off!”
“Scented oil onher hair and expensive scent on her dress always make her look like a bride.”
“It had to have been removed from her purse while her purse was in her possession, or hanging onher chairclosed, and underneath her coat.”
“Jacob was so grateful not to have to move thathe did not bother to see anything else—such as the ease with which his sister andhis roommate conversed, or the way Adam sometimes steadied her with a hand onher back when they walked across the campus, or the fact that in all these months,Adam had not dated a single girl.”
“And then she heard the onher sound-distant at first, but growing louder.”
“The standing of the hospital will have a marked influence onher career as a nurse.”
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