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“For this reason,the off-beat filmcries outas a curiosity on celluloid, that the adventurous may want to scribble on their “must-see” DVD list.”
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“It is commonplace for groups of young people to go out for a night on the town by heading outas a groupto Internet cafés, where they chat and flirt... online.”
“Williams has not been ruled outas a suspect in the unsolved 2001 death at CFB Trenton of Kathleen MacVicar, 19.”
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“For me, the gravamen of Schulman’s contribution to these arguments jump outas:”
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