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“Ok I have a degree in poli-sci … and Gringrich just embarassed himself.”
“Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » Are you versed in poli-sci?”
“How else can someone get their PhD in poli sci without a few "innocent" massages (of data).”
“Funnily whether one uses sanja or sheera this poli is still called Sanjachi Poli.”
“That's why I majored in poli sci instead of engineering, after all.”
“The first and most important is referred to as "poli, poli," which means slowly, slowly.”
“This is a volume that might best be characterized as poli-porn.”
“Keith Olbermann Breaks "Tony Soprano Rule", Drags O'Reilly's Dad Into Latest Attack cee wrote: Olbermann and the rest of the left have taken on the tactic of calling poli ...”
“Diderot, who in the Encyclopédie characterized Machiavellism as an espèce de politique détestable, qu'on peut rendre en deux mots par l'art de tyranniser (“odious kind of poli - tics, which can be described briefly as the art of tyr - anny”), also said in his article on Machiavelli that the purpose of the Principe was to depict the terrors of despotism: Voilà la bête féroce, à laquelle vous vous abandonnerez (“See here the ferocious beast, to whom you abandon yourself”).”
“Connie: I had no idea that medical schools admitted high numbers of poli sci & English majors, due to their ease in attaining high GPAs./sarcasm”
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