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“David Cameron's hold on the premiership is secure, and nothing that happens tonight is likely to undermine that fundamentally – but an old feud has re-appeared.”
“The motorcade drove around the block and re-appeared - this time not as the Zombie Motorcade, but as the Faux POTUS Motorcade.”
“When she re-appeared on the grocery's surveillance video exactly four minutes later she had exchanged her red sun dress for a pair of slacks and a blouse.”
“More than 300 years ago, a man thought lost at sea re-appeared in Italy with accounts of a civilization inhabiting the interior sea of an undiscovered southern continent.”
“In the quarters following the recession, the ability to raise prices and make them stick re-appeared primarily at industrial companies selling to other businesses.”
“As her whereabouts remain unknown and communication with her is difficult, we had almost given up when she re-appeared and agreed to sit for a short interview.”
“I wonder how many animals there are that went extinct (or everyone thought they did ...), and then re-appeared ...”
“A representative of Students for a Free Tibet tells Boing Boing that 6 American bloggers and pro-Tibet activists who went missing in Beijing for days after being detained by authorities have re-appeared -- and that authorities have given them a sentence of ten days in jail each for "upsetting public order.”
“If President Bush re-appeared to promote his book, he didn't make a good case for its sales.”
“The painting re-appeared in the super deluxe fabo printing of Greetings from Lake Wu and the original painting is now in the collection of the Sci-Fi Museum in Seattle!”
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