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  • A pirate asserts and defends the natural right to liberty typically through file-sharing (qv 3. unauthorised reproduction) contrary to publishing corporations ` amassed privilege of copyright.

    Pirate: the definition

  • A pirate asserts and defends the natural right to liberty typically through file-sharing (qv 3. unauthorised reproduction) contrary to publishing corporations’ amassed privilege of copyright.

    Pirate: the definition

  • Trinity Wells, famous American newsreader, gets gratifyingly namechecked, and there are references also to mysterious cracks (qv) and to Nile Penguins (which baffled me but looked Significant).

    April Books 26) The Forgotten Army, by Brian Minchin

  • Ice particles are influenced by gravity, and the electromagnetic forces from the plasma in the interplanetary medium qv Gravitoelectrodynamics.

    Scientists Find Water Ice Creates the Spokes in Saturn's B Ring | Universe Today

  • (The ban on driving would be better applied to Arab men, "Lord" Ahmad qv, but that's another issue.)

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Now attention-seekers like Deborah Purdy, aided and abetted in her desire to undermine ENGLISH (qv, Alec) law by the destructive Left, seeks to unpick the laws (and before mankind had laws, unspoken tribal rules that presumably, little by little, got spoken and codified) that have kept mankind pretty much in order and more or less guaranteed safety for old people and other vulnerable people unable to protect themselves for eons.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • The apprehension evident in this thread is very much like that in James Forsyth's thread - 'Pakistan, the sum of all fears' (qv).

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • A pirate asserts and defends the natural right to liberty typically through file-sharing qv 3. unauthorised reproduction contrary to publishing corporations` amassed privilege of copyright.

    Pirate: the definition

  • A pirate asserts and defends the natural right to liberty typically through file-sharing qv 3. unauthorised reproduction contrary to publishing corporations’ amassed privilege of copyright.

    Pirate: the definition

  • In the Cantigas de Santa Maria, also written in Galician-Portuguese dialect, a distinction can be made between the Cantigas de miragre, which recount the miracles brought about the Blessed Virgin, and the Cantigas de loor qv.

    Archive 2009-07-01

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