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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The water-crowfoot, Ranunculus aquatilis: probably applied also to fresh-water algæ and various floating plants.

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  • This reate is reasonable if the air was running all the time like you would in Florida or Texas.

    Electric

  • I also wanted to say that I've loved all the cakes you've posted, but I've never felt inspired to "wreck"-reate one before today.

    Hey, Bebeh

  • All of these constitute 'evidence', as is recognised by various systems that have been devised to reate or grade forms of 'evidence' in the medical context.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Pretty awesomely random, it's a mirror and stales arranged in such a way as to reate a city full of skyscrapers.

    UFies.org: July 2009 Archives

  • But know this – if you write code or music or TV scripts or invent or reate anything under contract, 99 out of 100 times you do not own the rights to your work.

    The Strike « Lean Left

  • YOu are so typical of teh Clinton Dems – “… of course, one of the reasons for the increasing poverty reate is that unchecked illegale…” blah blah blah the reason for increasing poverty – one of the reasons is that good ole Bill, bj loving bill sold out his constituency of poor folk – he helped to end welfare, but he did nothing to end poverty.

    Think Progress » Buchanan: ‘The Country I Grew Up In’ Was ‘89 or 90 Percent White. I Like That Country’

  • Guards, with its face of reate and sedge, nor fail

    The Poetry Of Robert Browning

  • All three of these cause us to have situations outside our control, and reate situations where we may not be able to get inside our technical facilities based on problems others were having.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Instead the Muslim conquest of north Africa made the Mediterranean a barrier, cutting western Europe off from the east, enabling the Carolingians, especially [[Charlemagne]] toc reate a new, distinctly western form of government.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Instead the Muslim conquest of north Africa made the Mediterranean a barrier, cutting western Europe off from the east, enabling the Carolingians, especially [[Charlemagne]] topc reate a new, distinctly western form of government.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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