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  • The Wizard of Oz could have been called the Nefarious Witch of the West but authors like to use the same beginning consonant, often.

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  • Giffords: 'Nefarious' Social Security became an American success

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  • Whitehouse Tackles "Nefarious" Vote Caging yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Whitehouse Tackles "Nefarious" Vote Caging'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: No, not that White House.

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  • OpEdNews - Article: Whitehouse Tackles "Nefarious" Vote Caging

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  • Economist Morici: Health Care Bill, CBO Estimates Based on 'Nefarious' Assumptions

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  • Economist Morici: Health Care Bill, CBO Estimates Based on 'Nefarious' Assumptions

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  • Economist Morici: Health Care Bill, CBO Estimates Based on 'Nefarious' Assumptions

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  • I have to admit, part of the reason I agreed to the date was to talk about my manuscript Nefarious Zombies Crashed My Debutante Ball.

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  • That's what the Nefarious Librarians don't think kids can handle and John Green's fans prove them wrong.

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  • Fortunately for him, he is at that point sucked into a fantasy version of ancient China where he learns he is the prophesied Seeker (yeah, "Seeker") destined to return a magic staff to the Monkey King (Jet Li), an immortal warrior turned to stone in a battle with the evil Jade War Lord (Collin Chou), whose fancy-pants armor and heavy eyeshadow mark him as a Most Nefarious Villain.

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