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  • Pamela Scully clearly articulates the tensions between slaves 'and masters' family formations in Liberating the Family?

    Belongings: Property, Family, and Identity in Colonial South Africa

  • Organizers tell us it will be called Liberating Humanity From Within.

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  • House Speaker John Boehner will deliver the plan, dubbed "Liberating America's Economy" in an early afternoon speech to the Economic Club of Washington.

  • In the new book, called Liberating Learning: Widening Participation, co-edited by Patrick Derham, the headmaster of Rugby School, Mr Lebus used the example of cooking lessons, added to the curriculum in January 2008.

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  • "Liberating" their sons and daughters: "US forces shot dead the 17-year-old son and another relative of the governor of northern Iraq's Salahuddin province in a raid on Sunday, local officials said."

    Monday, July 21, 2008

  • "Liberating" the hell out of the Iraqi people: "UN warns of five million Iraqi refugees: Half of displaced people have no access to food aid"

    Sunday, June 10, 2007

  • "Liberating" the hell out of them: "Two women were killed and four children injured when their tent was struck by artillery fired by U.S. forces in Afghanistan, two Pakistani officials said"

    Tuesday, February 28, 2006

  • Because there is nothing like "Liberating" money from those who earned it huh Brent?


  • Morally it's long past time that we stopped 'Liberating'

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  • Several bands are scheduled to play on a bill described as the Festival Katártiko Punk de Aniversario, with a tagline of “Because Catharsis Is Still Valid, Liberating It Is Our Way of Life.”

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City


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