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  • Hillary and the Clinton Bunch are at war with Rahm and the Chicago bunch, the Democratic Wing-Nut Left, is Fighting the Crooks from the Far-Right Wing Majority, and the rest of us are just stuck in the middle, and nothing getting done.

    Matthew Yglesias » Meet The Tea Party

  • Linebacker Justin Crooks opened the scoring for the Bears (1-1) when he returned a fumble nine yards for a TD just 2: 42 into the contest.

    USATODAY.com

  • Justin Crooks (6-0, 217, 4.56) and Jamel Harper (6-2,

    USATODAY.com - Breaking down the Big 12 South

  • The house to which the widow and her son removed at the Whitsuntide following the death of her husband was at a place called The Crooks, about midway between Glendinning and Westerkirk.

    The Life of Thomas Telford

  • In his motion asking Crooks to step aside, Gableman attorney Eric McLeod called Crooks 'writings "gratuitous personal attacks."

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  • Bablitch called Crooks "the most gentle, fairest guy on that court."

    JSOnline.com

  • Anywhooo, I was over at the excellent web site called Crooks

    Irish Blogs

  • T'was nearly three months before Christmas in a small town called Crooks, where Joe Noe and his neighbors will soon attract a lot of looks.

    KELOLAND.COM: News, Weather and Sports

  • This year, a new law called Crooks with Guns ensures at least a three - to 10-year mandatory sentence on offenders who use a gun while committing a felony.

    tennessean.com - Top News from The Tennessean, MUSIC CITY U.S.A

  • Since the beginning, John's focused on crooked pols (the "Crooks") and their water carriers

    Crooks and Liars

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