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“They're keeping very close tabs on a homegrown anti-government outfit called warr short for Waco and Ruby Ridge, two places where the FBI killed American citizens.”
“Cotton's book about warr, which is very fine, showing how the Kings of”
“Sir K. Cotton's discourse of warr, which is indeed a very fine book.”
“He gone, I home, and there my wife made an end to me of Sir K. Cotton's discourse of warr, which is indeed a very fine book.”
“So home, my wife to read to me in Sir R. Cotton's book of warr, which is excellent reading, and particularly I was mightily pleased this night in what we read about the little profit or honour this kingdom ever gained by the greatest of its conquests abroad in France.”
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“He warr anted a apply oneself of a villagers when he saved dual immature kids from a burning building when he initial entered a city.”
“US economy will go up fast, reserection of the doolar willl take a very long time, but the warr will end and new fiscal approach will take place in 2009.”
“But the FBI - an agency for which he once may have worked as a  paid informant - arrested Turner on Wednesday after going to his home in North Bergen, N.J., to execute a search warr”
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