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- n. Plural form of regard.
- n. A greeting to pass on to another person.
- n. A greeting at the end of a letter or e-mail communication.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regard.
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"Pidrman further advised that he did not do any particular research in regards to how members of Congress voted on the Health Care Reform Act, but 'It's obvious, Brown-Waite is a Republican.'"
I am often saddened by the silly attitude taken by the left in regards to Governor Palin.
Let's not forget her last interpretation of a previous presidential doctrine in regards to military preemption that was in place for six years prior to her running for Vice President of the United States of America.
It's a shame that they are considered kings in regards to this and we can do nothing about it. scott
Sarah – I ask you – what did BUSH do in regards to Iran and North Korea???
Just saying, the so-called hacker was wrong, but still shouldn't there be protocols for politicians to follow in regards to e-mails to keep them secure?
Furthermore, all the law truly does in regards to the police is give them the same powers the Immigration & Customs Enforcement agents have as supplied by the Federal government.
An honorable monument should be placed in regards to the price these men made in just trying to do what was right to care for their family.
There was little romantic about the past of the South in regards to slavery, human rights and freedom.
There have been countless apologies given in regards to the treatment of African Americans in the history of this country.
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