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  • And ... "savonarola:" iPhone's interface and speed will never be beaten! iPhone is amazing!

    The iPhone Blog

  • By Savonarola, at Thu Jan 03, 06:13:00 PM savonarola - You make a fair point.

    Democracy under threat

  • By penlan, at Mon Oct 08, 08:36:00 PM savonarola - could not put it better.

    Dithering and Dissembling

  • Myfanwy - if the Cann Office is with me, I'm realy in business savonarola - I would need to meet you and discuss things before I could accept any financial support so I'm told.

    Made it through.

  • Reports of London fringe theatre's death have been greatly exaggerated | Lyn Gardner savonarola

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • Then perhaps we can see the end of that insidious censorship savonarola

    Blogposts | guardian.co.uk

  • savonarola - What is so galling about this is that most of us would accept it, if we believed it was so genuinely needed, that it justified sacrificing a principle.

    42 Days.

  • savonarola - just down to the fine decisions here.

    Barbados Report - No 2

  • savonarola - I had dinner with the Chief Whip last night.

    Out for lunch

  • savonarola - I too remember the shambolic industrial relations of the late 70s - which Mrs Thatcher's early Governments did so much to sort out.

    My cuts are bigger than your cuts.

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  • *snigger*

    December 16, 2008

  • The ridiculous way I remember this name is to think of a TV commercial where you're offered a chance to "save on a roll of" toilet paper! Somehow it's appropriate, I think, though I'm not sure why.

    December 16, 2008

  • Ah yes, the man who was cut in pieces and burnt on the piazza in Florence... Such a pretty name with such an awful meaning...

    October 1, 2008

  • A byword for an extreme moralist who preaches damnation. See citation under Jeremiah (jeremiah).

    October 1, 2008