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  • Yesterday, while T was interviewing in Quaint Town a few miles north of New Town, ST and I stopped by Smallish Midwestern University and my future department.

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  • Yesterday, while T was interviewing in Quaint Town a few miles north of New Town, ST and I stopped by Smallish Midwestern University and my future department.

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  • "Quaint" was the word that did most of this work for her; she found everything that, even the negroes; and when she had come to the end of it, she supposed the inside must be just as

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  • "Quaint" means having an old-fashioned attractiveness or charm; oddly picturesque:

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  • When The Geneva Conventions Were Thought to be "Quaint"

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  • When The Geneva Conventions Were Thought to be "Quaint"

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  • The Galloping Beaver: When The Geneva Conventions Were Thought to be "Quaint"

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  • Jack M. Balkin, Hamdan Decided -- Geneva Conventions Not So "Quaint" After All (June 29, 2006) 4.

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  • Hamdan Decided -- Geneva Conventions Not So "Quaint" After All

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  • Hamdan Decided -- Geneva Conventions Not So "Quaint" After All

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