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  • Improv Team, Slade Denman on the piano, Nikki Herron's vocals, member Dick Joseph's band -- "Obliged" -- "and many other talented youth.

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  • "'Obliged' is scarcely the word, perhaps; let us call it a peanut penchant, a hobby, a--"

    The Definite Object A Romance of New York

  • (let's say "Obliged") to pass a much FAIRER share of profits to SHARE HOLDERS (many of which where Pentioners), before filling their own pockets.

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  • Obliged to find another candidate at short notice, the Illinois GOP made the appalling and condescending mistake of selecting Alan Keyes, a highly volatile and extremely right-wing black man who had run for office almost everywhere but Illinois, and who promptly decided to accuse Obama of being insufficiently African American because none of his ancestors had been slaves!

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  • Obliged to work in Germany, Tyndale had based his New Testament translation on the original Greek sources as well as Erasmus's Latin translation.

    Four Centuries of Love and Suffering for the Word

  • Obliged to find another candidate at short notice, the Illinois GOP made the appalling and condescending mistake of selecting Alan Keyes, a highly volatile and extremely right-wing black man who had run for office almost everywhere but Illinois, and who promptly decided to accuse Obama of being insufficiently African American because none of his ancestors had been slaves!

    Cool Cat

  • Obliged to find another candidate at short notice, the Illinois GOP made the appalling and condescending mistake of selecting Alan Keyes, a highly volatile and extremely right-wing black man who had run for office almost everywhere but Illinois, and who promptly decided to accuse Obama of being insufficiently African American because none of his ancestors had been slaves!

    Cool Cat

  • Obliged by the Icelandic president to refer the deal to the voters, its thunderous rejection greatly weakens the already shaky government of Johanna Sigurdardottir.

    Iceland's Message: Don't Bail Them Out

  • Obliged by the Icelandic president to refer the deal to the voters, its thunderous rejection greatly weakens the already shaky government of Johanna Sigurdardottir.

    Iceland's Message: Don't Bail Them Out

  • Obliged by the Icelandic president to refer the deal to the voters, its thunderous rejection greatly weakens the already shaky government of Johanna Sigurdardottir.

    Iceland's Message: Don't Bail Them Out

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