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  • Please sir, recide your directive on offshore drilling soon.

    Obama to Iowa, again!

  • Mr president, you were right to say no to offshore drilling but wrong to succumb to republican prussure bought by big oil to recide your objection.

    Obama to Iowa, again!

  • Given that we do not recide in a state where their will or those who think like them have the "right" to force their will upon others, I would ask the to apply more thought to their positions.

    Thoma Takes on Robert J. Samuelson, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • An odd jump perhaps, but not really–for me to introduce this recipe–an old Filipino recide for chicken and rice soup.

    Firedoglake » Pull Up a Chair…

  • I would hold for at least 4-5 years more for the sweetness to recide somewhat, and more secondary flavours to emerge.

    CellarTracker Tasting Notes (all notes)

  • (David, I recide in both countrie's at my own time of choosing.)

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  • Dear Jaker, Did you mean 'reside' when you spelt 'recide'?

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  • Iam married with 6 kids and Iam from New OrleansLa, but I now recide in Houston, Tx due to hurricane Katrina.

    The Student Operated Press

  • Velasquez, es padre soltero y esta criando 2 hijos ya que el se separo de su esposa y es él quien mira por ellos, es un hombre que lo admiran los vecinos donde el recide por su responsabilidad como padre.

    Kiva Loans

  • It's completely blistered now, but in the last two days it looks like it's slowly, slowly starting to recide.

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