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“They yearn for simple thingsto go to school, to have a safe place to sleep.”
“The right-wing thought controllers are also attempting to use this to brand her as "Left Wing" and "Anti-Military", when her history shows she is anything but (not that those are bad thingsto be ...).”
“ Matu would drill it into us that how you wore your makeup, how you dressed, how you stood and walked and satsaid thingsto other people about where you came from and who you were, marked you as being or not being a good person from a good family.”
“I remember how surprised we were when, on our first date, we realized that we wanted the same thingsto love and be loved; to raise healthy, happy children; and to do good work in the world.”
“We all want the same thingsto love and be loved, to know were not alone, and that there is something, some presence that listens and cares and is there for us always.”
“In fact, the animal rights organization — which yes, sometime does stupid thingsto get its point across– was asked for a quote about the fly-killing, and the quote a spokesperson gave was this:”
“I think the tartness is the perfect counterpoint to the sweet topping… but I tend to like tart thingsto begin with.”
“As I have the Gass essay on my desk, am halfway though The Double, and may add Eco to my growing TBR pile, this will add a few more thingsto float around in my head, at the least.”
“The sight of her braless breasts swinging away from her chest wall and forming a temporary but most tan'talising cleavage barely inches from his face did thingsto Luke's body that could only be described as sadistic.”
“Blazing Hot Female Singer and Songwriter Crystal "CRISTYLES" Taylor discusses her incredible songwriting resume, music, 2008 and what bigger thingsto expect in 2009.”
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