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  • After 34 years of marriage we still occasionally go to sleep mad at each other but EVERY MORNING is always a clean slate, a new day and a beginning in love.

    ame soeur - French Word-A-Day 2009

  • Though the classic tale of the boy who won't grow up was written for children and families, Golden's MORNING is a dark horror story recommended for adults and older teens.

    slayground: Interview: Christopher Golden Little Willow 2006

  • INSKEEP: This is the montage of tropes we like to call MORNING EDITION from NPR News.

    'Avatar' And Ke$ha: A Denominator In Common? 2010

  • AMERICAN MORNING, which is that racy cable news program, I guess ...

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2005 2005

  • COLLINS: Still to come this morning -- this AMERICAN MORNING, that is -- Bill will be back with more convention coverage from Boston, of course.

    CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2004 2004

  • Find out who's going to benefit and why on CNN SUNDAY MORNING, that is at 9: 00.

    CNN Transcript Jul 18, 2004 2004

  • 'And the EVENING and the MORNING were the first day.'

    Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, March 1844 Volume 23, Number 3 Various 1840

  • His poem entitled THE MORNING STAR, was the very first publication that appeared in praise and support of Luther; and an excellent hymn of Hans Sachs, which has been deservedly translated into almost all the European languages, was commonly sung in the Protestant churches, whenever the heroic reformer visited them.

    Biographia Literaria Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1803

  • And the EVENING and the MORNING were the second day.

    Pharyngula 2009

  • And the EVENING and the MORNING were the first day.

    Pharyngula 2009


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  • I wonder why we have a fairly steady stream of all caps words being looked up. They don't appear to be being listed.

    November 17, 2009

  • Well, some of them are already in the database (pulled from whatever sources) and therefore can turn up on a random word search (I'm tagging them caput). Whether that's the whole story I'm not sure.

    November 17, 2009