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  • I've since uninstalled Joomla and re-placed our "House Cleaning" message on the front page of the site.

    NCG Website

  • Had it been rejected at that time, I would have re-placed it again immediately.

    January 2nd, 2006

  • And we got to the top of the mountain, and then they re-placed the call, but -- and he and President Reagan talked.

    A Good Fight

  • She placed, and re-placed each stone, each graceful tree, each tiny violet, until she was satisfied with the balance and harmony.

    Elvenborn

  • Kaeth waved his own hand at the cascade beneath which he'd been standing, and the sound of rushing water was re-placed by silence.

    Elvenborn

  • Then it was gone, re-placed by fond recognition, and she knew he was looking only at her.

    The Howling Stones

  • Looking up at her husband, who had re-placed her with a beautiful young girl, and gifted that girl with a pendant which made her own firedim earrings look dowdy by comparison.

    Wizard and Glass

  • If he could just survive out here for a few weeks, memories of his exploit would be re-placed by more prosaic concerns in the minds of the cit-izenry.

    The Metrognome and Other Stories

  • Today I spoke about some comrades who are not placed, but it is really a privilege of our society that the vast majority, almost 100 percent of the university graduates are immediately placed in jobs and part of them are more than placed, they are re-placed.

    THIRD FEU STUDENT CONGRESS

  • To forestall any complacency, the weariness had been re-placed by the joint pains in more serious form, and, after a few days, by muscle aches and cramps.

    Through The Eye Of A Needle

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