“Each season the label pulls off a neat trick of marrying quirky British-born sensibilities combined with a New York-learned commercial sense.”
“The term pulls towards the use of legislative history because one can still identify as a textualist without being as “pure” as Scalia on the issue.”
“Really good phone service, high quality fabrics plus real metal chain pulls, not the plastic variety, make this a step up.theshadestore. com”
“The United States has been among the worst of the meddlers: U.S. forces fought predacious warlords at the wrong time, backed some of the same predacious warlords at the wrong time, and consistently failed to appreciate the twin pulls of clan and religion.”
“In “I believe I am” (46), Winke again pulls his title from the prose, but here, it did not balance the piece nor did it strengthen a work that I found to be too introspective.”
“Some collectors want to make sure that they get all the available pulls from a particular box.”
“If Palin pulls away the latter, then the party will be split, guaranteeing they will NEVER hold elected office again!!!”
“In the final story, Robin pulls his teammates out of a graveyard in his mind, then leads the on a charge against the Antithesis.”
“If Manchin pulls it out early Tuesday night, the GOP will need to win both California and Washington to retake the majority - a tall measure, to be sure.”
“So I have an idea of how you feel when Palin pulls this crap.”
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Items of little or no value that are left behind by physical or biological processes other than passing through an alimentary canal. See also Valse's Leftovers and reesetee's Hogwash! for other tak...
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