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“Finally for this Google round-up, the company (perhaps recognising themany hilarities of its automatic translator) has launched a translator tool-kit, which it calls "a powerful but easy-to-use editor that enables translators to bring that human touch to machine translation.”
“Think the native American Indian and themany rapidly disappearing indigenous cultures of the worldand you see theparallel of the ongoing battle betweenman's technologyand nature ~ whereas the finalsurvivor will always be nature as well as the humans that live in harmony with its loving plan.”
“I do not take any prescription drugs but I do take vitamins and supplements which I think are quite benevolent compared to themany drugs which have serious side effects.”
“The only function of this organization is to do what all criminal organizations do, and that's to take the resources of themany and place them into the hands of the few.”
“And now, before I proceed further, I wish to offer an explanation of themany omissions I have made, which might otherwise be attributed to ignorance.”
“Dr. Julio Licinio, director of the John Curtin School of Medicine Researchat the Australian National University, called the study answers "one of themany missing pieces in the puzzle of obesity and addiction.”
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““Here, you’re this guy, here’s what you know, you have free rein to defeat themany way you can.””
“But, since you want examples, let’s look at a few of themany.”
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