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“Is Hillary going tolaunch a hugedrive to reach out to males as well, how about using spanish idiom or Spanglish inher speecheswhen in TX, FL or CA?”
“To stop Obama, the Clintons need tolaunch a full frontal assault on him.”
“May be Conyers should be told thatBush's refusal tolaunch an honest investigation into what really happenend in 9/11 is indeed a case for impeachment. by ramsheyi (0 articles, 0 quicklinks, 0 diaries, 803 comments [8 recommended, 0 rejected]) on Tuesday, Jun 10, 2008 at 4: 23: 07 PM”
“Cesc Fabregas could have played his last game for Arsenal as the man likely to be the new Barcelona president, Sandro Rosell, is preparing tolaunch a £50million bid to bring the Arsenal captain back to the club of his youth.”
“Soon-tolaunch Metro Bank has already said it will take only deposits from savers.”
“Since 2007, Sri Lanka has been trying tolaunch a communication satellite.”
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