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“Brian Walsh, a spokesman for the NSRC, said the contributions pre-date "the current leadership at the NRSC, but nonetheless it's very disturbing and we're happy to cooperate with any of the appropriate authorities investigating this matter.”
“This pre-date pose ensures I won't swoon around Scott, literally.”
“He's probably including the faiths of the native Americans, too -- the people of the First Nations who have spiritual traditions that pre-date the Roman Catholic church and its descendants.”
“One of the great opportunities with PoD is to bring back older titles - some of which even pre-date Black Library - that no longer accurately reflect the Warhammer or Warhammer 40,000 universes.”
“As regards vestments we can likewise see variations in cut and style that many would today associate as "post-conciliar" but which well pre-date the conciliar and post-conciliar periods:”
“Their invaluable contributions pre-date the bankruptcy.”
“Whether its the Coptic Christians in Egypt, the Chaldeans in Iraq, etc. there are numerous examples of religious cleansing by Muslims in the Arab world that far pre-date 1948.”
“Unlike their Arab guests in the 1990s, the typical Talib is quite comfortable with the mystical traditions that survive in the Afghan countryside, and which pre-date Islam by millennia.”
“The Canadiens, the league's most storied franchise with 24 Stanley Cup titles, are celebrating their 100th anniversary and pre-date the 1917 launch of the NHL.”
“It is worth noting that all three efforts highlighted here pre-date the recent spate of bad press about microfinance.”
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