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  • They still love that old DNC playbook and are symtomatic of what is wrong with liberalism.

    Obama approval dips to new low in Florida

  • Tiny but extremely deep wounds can also be symtomatic of white phosphorus exposure.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • This sounds quite symtomatic of a rot within the Democratic Party; but before I jump to conclusions can someone enlighten me with any recent analogous situations?

    CT-SEN: Is Lieberman Planning For A Loss?

  • That is to say, the reason they were fired was symtomatic of a general bad fit with that particular place.

    Right to Work

  • O'keefe V Lee Calan Imports the symtomatic 3 differences were torture (and if i had any ring around me i am black i would have relapsed too), but after about a overload migrans started to pathway out.

    Wii-volution

  • The confusion, contradictions and (so far) bloodless conflict between and among what's left of the union movement is symtomatic not only of the state of organized labor today but the horrible reality of the consolidation and organization of corruption in our country from politics to Wall Street, to national sports and entertainment.

    Extra! Extra!

  • When loved ones with a mental health diagnosis become symtomatic, call Baltimore Crisis Response.

    WBALTV.com - Local News

  • "Depending on the symtomatic status [patient complaining of chest pain] of the patient, I would advice him / her to at least take two to four weeks of rest.

    rediff.com

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