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“Uganda's government now says it won't participate in arbitration and Heritage is liable for the full am ount.”
“Also go ahead anc ount florida and Michigan, the facts stay the same ...”
“She is way too much of a lightening rod. ount me in for Bloomberg is she gets it.”
“About 200 Strunk and White people showed up last Thursday at the Museum of the City of New York to hear B.ount, PB. NewsHour essayist Roger Rosenblatt, and language maven B.rbara Wallraff celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Elements of Style, by William Strunk Jr. and E.B. White.”
“I know I can ount on you to condemn their racism too.”
“I'm working my way through all of your posts, and I feel compelled to comment on most of them, but my hands would conk ount on me before I said anything I wanted to say.”
“If you only have X am ount of bags they tend to put more in them!”
“One of Frank Sinatra's more memorable appearances occurred at the Para ount Theater, where he opened a three-week engagement on 11 October 1944.”
“ The Commons point out that, as the royal purveyors "abatent et ount abatuz les arbres cressauntz entour les mansions des gentz de ladite commune, en grant damage, gast et blemissement de lour mansions, qe plese à Nostre Seigneur le Roi que desoremes tiels arbres ne seront copés ne pris en contre la volonté des seigneurs des ditz mansions.”
“En tesmoigaunz (sic) de quenx choses a cestes presentes endentures les parties enterchaungablement ount mys lour seals.”
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