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- noun Plural form of
- verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of
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If, for instance, it be said that God visits the sins of the fathers on the children, a man who takes _visits upon_ to mean _punishes, _ and
Maniscalco's brother added that neighbors "on a witch hunt" went so far as to call city agencies on Maniscalco's girlfriend, resulting in visits from the Administration for Children's Services.
However, Sharon kept going to van Houten's office for what she described as visits that were "a mix of friendship and counselling."
We seen steady growth in visits to the site and a huge spike in RSS hits, which now account for 40 percent of all "visits" to www. nasa.gov.
Click to read. it is my hope that next time barry hussein visits arizona they arrest him and send him back to africa.
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At least three churches in Bremerton said they received visits from a man dressed in fatigues and armed with a heartbreaking story.
And clearly the time has come for a TV time-out on hallucinatory visits from the dead, even though in this case, Dave's visions did provide an excuse for a surprise return by Nicollette Sheridan.
That visits from the TSA have intimidated a blogger into feeling he can't publish even his opinions is a very depressing sign of our times.
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Further complicating things are her strange relationship with the new Daredevil on the scene and visits from the webhead himself, Spider-Man.
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Then, later, Christopher Walken, one of the absolutely most enigmatic guest hosts to log multiple visits, is seen in a replay of "Welcome Colonel Angus," a baldly ribald sketch set in the Deep South -- at an old plantation called Shady Thicket -- with each new line of dialogue more insanely suggestive than the last, the actors having high times with the hoary obviousness of it all.
Tom Shales reviews tonight's retrospecial,'The Women of "Saturday Night Live"'
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