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  • Biddle is already playing basketball, but he says that he is going to set some official visits with Florida

    Wide receivers take center stage

  • Fun fact: Biddle is not just extremely thoughtful and cogent, he’s also funny as all hell – book him now while he’s still relatively cheap.

    Matthew Yglesias » Counterinsurgency by Air

  • Before the committee voted to name Biddle as Brown's successor, party leaders stressed the decision was not an endorsement, meaning all Democrats were free to enter the special election.

    D.C. council candidates blast Democratic party leaders

  • Gray called Biddle, who was sworn in as an interim at-large council member two weeks ago, "absolutely the right person for the job" because he said he was "very serious, very thoughtful, very committed and very deeply involved" when he served on the D.C.

    Vince Gray Gives Biddle a rousing endorsement

  • I should add ... the one twist in identifying the target here was the FBI mention that Al's mom remarried a man name Biddle, in Indianapolis.

    Genealogue Challenge #37

  • Midway between both is a wooden hut, the residence of the guide to the Cave of the Winds, and from the hut a winding staircase, called Biddle's Stair, descends to the base of the precipice.

    Fragments of science, V. 1-2

  • His Biddle is a true lion in winter, determined to hold onto his dignity and bend the world to his will, even as he is betrayed by his own mind and body.

    The Santa Barbara Independent stories

  • The tide began to turn as fans witnessed Biddle thump the low end live, and quickly got behind what one fan called Biddle's "cool and quiet swagger."

    www.philadelphiaweekly.com Philadelphia Weekly

  • Then one day Brad Rubens, a lawyer who'd worked with Pepper's Ghost, called Biddle and told him he had him in mind for some projects.

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  • Then one day Brad Rubens, a lawyer who'd worked with Pepper's Ghost, called Biddle and told him he had him in mind for some projects.

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