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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pall.
  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pal.


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  • In any case, he is known to have "palled" with Fulton, and certainly gave him many ideas.

    Greenwich Village

  • This severe ambiguity leads people to conclude that Obama actually "palled" around with this domestic terrorist whilst he was committing the crime. A Revolutionary Blog Redefining Intellectualism

  • And then, of course, there's Ayers and the rest that Obama has at one time or another "palled" around with.


  • And while Obama and Ayers live in the same Chicago neighborhood and served on a charity board together, there is no evidence they have "palled" around.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • New York Times, & that in the New York Times, she read the opposing candidate "palled" around with a domestic terrorist.


  • And congratulations on your continued success and adherence to the principles and philosophies that keep our nation great. "); he" palled "around with international con man Raffaello Follieri; McCain's lobbyists include terrorists Doug Goodyear, Doug Davenport, Charlie Black, Tom Loeffler, and Peter Madigan, and their firms 'clients: For instance, Black represented Angolan terrorist Jonas Savimbi;

    McCain: If I Bring Up Ayers At Debate, It Will Be Obama's Fault

  • Sarah Palin did not want the press any where near her when she palled around with Chinese Commies and her speaking engagement.

    Chinese block U.S. reporters from event

  • He palled around with Andy Warhol, dated a coterie of model/actresses and logged in major hours at Studio 54.

    Nick Rhodes

  • Obama "palled around with terrorists" and she allowed people in the audience to shout racist and scary threats.

    I'm 'saddened' by 'vicious attacks' on Palin, McCain says

  • NoTelePrompTer: Yes, Palin did lie about Obama when she said he "palled around with terrorists."

    Republicans react to Palin news

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