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  • Bob Somerby at the Daily Howler is right to point this out.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • The Daily Howler is giving a planned rake of Russert a rest.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • Bob Somerby at the Daily Howler is right to point this out.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • The one called the Howler, cruelly injured, had fled.

    Water Sleeps

  • Then somebody called the Howler knocked her out and carried her off.

    Dreams of Steel

  • Now, via Mother Jones, I see The Daily Howler is tagging Dowd as the left’s answer to Coulter.

    Turnabout is Fair Play

  • Playing to a roomful of stony-faced industry types standing at the back, and a handful of genuine gig-goers bobbing at the front, is probably no fun at all – especially when the fans are there for the headliners, Howler aka "the new Vaccines".

    Childish Gambino; Zulu Winter – review

  • "It has been so ever since, and the name Howler has been handed down to this day.

    Mother West Wind "How" Stories

  • One reason the Howler had become the Howler was his powerful aversion to death.

    Soldiers Live

  • I shivered in the wind, which threatened to bounce us off the Tower, I recalled the Howler's long plunge.

    The Black Company

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