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  • The London-based musician, who performs under the name Beloved Aunt, had used Megaupload since 2009 to send her songs to her producers and record label.

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  • Mr. Hammond, who goes by the name Beloved—my understanding is that he started the trend, defining a beloved person as one whom "God is going to love, regardless"—works as a violence "Interrupter" for SNUG that's guns spelled backward, a community outreach organization that started in Chicago and arrived in New York City last summer.

    Attacking Violence

  • Ms. DANTICAT: I was borrowing there from Toni Morrison where her dedication page in "Beloved" were 60 million and more.

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  • The ancient Romans and Egyptians were well familiar with this sign and in some Christian paintings of the crucifixion, the disciple John the Beloved is portrayed with this sign of cutting the throat while standing before the crucified Jesus.

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  • A Mercy is kindled by characters who are complex and vulnerable, full of what she describes in Beloved as 'awful human power.'

    A Mercy: Summary and book reviews of A Mercy by Toni Morrison.

  • I think Beloved is one of the best novels written - ever.

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  • I think Beloved is one of the best novels written - ever.

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  • Let us call the Beloved for the Beloved, and nothing else.

    I AM WITH THE BROKEN HEARTS

  • If everybody knows that the girl is called “Beloved” then the word Beloved merely needs to be halloed in order to summon her.

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  • If everybody knows that the girl is called “Beloved” then the word Beloved merely needs to be halloed in order to summon her.

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