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  • Dissuade your attackers but do not harm them beyond repair – this is the motto one must clearly understand if one is interested in social restructuring.

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  • Dissuade the weaker R candidates to not run, if they have a good strong R candidate But, that would mortally wound the R party if they are allowed/encouraged to run several candidates, just as the R primary race in 2008.

    RedState Gathering - Michael Williams (R Cand, TX-Sen) - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • Dissuade unhealthy people from coming to work at Wal-Mart.” (p. 15) Move to Health Care Savings Accounts, because “strong opposition is limited to 10 percent of Associates”, (the sick ones who most need health care).

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Walmart Litigation How-To

  • Dissuade that person any way I could and keep the Jacoby name out of it.

    Mercy Falls

  • Dissuade that person any way I could and keep the Jacoby name out of it.

    Mercy Falls

  • My advice to persons who wish to post to this blog is: Dissuade anyone you know who is inclined to obscenity from posting here.

    Darwinism and the public purse:

  • "Dissuade you actually, old thing," added the other lumbering andy.

    Tek Kill

  • Dissuade your parents from every unkind act: don't be afraid to speak -- with the word of God at your back.

    A Terrible Temptation A Story of To-Day

  • Dissuade yourself right know from thinking you are this guy's personal savior and that he will find healing from above on your soft breast.

    PTBC J-Log

  • The "Get Rich Quick" campaign is simple: Dissuade consumers from buying cigarettes by showing them exactly how much money they could save by quitting.

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  • But don't let this dissuade you. That tax hit today means you will never ever owe a penny of tax on that money again! - "Women & Money" By Suze Orman Pg.155

    October 1, 2010