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  • Golkar bisa blunder jika kemudian Tommy berhasil menjadi pimpinan di parta beringin ini.

    Global Voices in English » Indonesia: Soeharto’s son aims to be president?

  • He then made a sound in his chest that most likely was in parta sigh of memory, for he was a merchant marine in the Pacific in WWII, but to me it was four seconds ofthe deepest sadness that he sogently yet firmlyspilled into me.

    June 22: The Noble Rage

  • O raio que as parta mai'las vossas aldrabices que eu parto e bem farto de presságios e crendices.

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  • Well, it is teh troo that this parta teh state commonwealth, ackshully is teh vry bloo, but it is teh real.

    …an’ shin bone’s - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Nihil facilius opes evertet, quam avaritia et fraude parta.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Multiplicantur nunc in terris ut locustae non patriae parentes, sed pestes, pessimi homines, majore ex parta superciliosi, contentiosi, &c. licitum latrocinium exercent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • There seems to bea very, definite perception out there, that this wholeActive Web movement is once again, for the most parta Silicon Valley, or at the very least, a US, phenomenon.

    2005 December « Squash

  • “But,” says the satirical Scotstarvet, “male parta pejus dilabuntur;” for he never brooked them, (enjoyed them,) nor was any thing the richer, since they accrued to his creditors, and are now in the possession of Dr

    Old Mortality

  • Who doth otherwise, shall not only lose what he hath gained, but also be loaded with this scandal and reproach, that he is an unjust and wicked purchaser, and his acquests perish with him; Juxta illud, male parta, male dilabuntur.

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Ms bien se tendra que insistir en que el posible fortalecimiento de la Medicina Tradicional, actualmente puede darse slo en la medida en que se parta de los conocimientos populares para trascender su referente pramente prctico y conferir a los mismos una solida base de comprobacin y aplicacin cientficas.

    Chapter 9

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  • "a Hungarian bride's tall tiara; a glittering, bespangled headdress worn only once, built up of artifical roses of white and in delicate tints, with silk ribbons floating in back" -The Dictionary of Costume; R. Turner Wilcox

    August 19, 2008