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  • proper noun A statute of Edward I by which the Scottish gentry and nobility were compelled to swear allegiance to the English king

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  • Still, the ending seemed a little disconnected, and I'm thinking of going back to re-reading the older favourites, such as Ragman's Memory, the first one that I ever picked up, to relive the extremely tight plot and lead up.

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  • Still, the ending seemed a little disconnected, and I'm thinking of going back to re-reading the older favourites, such as Ragman's Memory, the first one that I ever picked up, to relive the extremely tight plot and lead up.

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  • "Against All the Odds," a documentary about East St. Louis by Sandra Pfeiffer of Simpson, IL, has won the Best Documentary Feature Award and "Ragman" by

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  • When civil unrest between the Palestinian and Hassidic communities in Gotham City boils over with potential international ramifications, Azrael must devise a solution †even if it means losing his soul inside the tattered cloak of Ragman!

    DC Comics for February 2010 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • Â I enjoy the Steve Ditko history of Nightshade, the ‘weirdness magnet’ that is Blue Devil, and some of my earliest comic memories are of an issue of Batman Family with Ragman in it.

    Shadowpact #22 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • This book made me care about Detective Chimp and Nightmaster and the Blue Devil and Ragman.

    Shadowpact #22 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • As the Unbound get ready to sail through and eat the DCU, Zauriel, Ragman, and Nightshade wade in to fight the creatures, while Nightmaster and Enchantress snatch a zombie.

    Shadowpact #22 | Major Spoilers - Comic Book Reviews and News

  • She thought it was a venial sin and wondered if John confessed it the Thursday before each First Friday, when they would go together to confession in the afternoon: Bless me Father for I have sinned, I threw garbage on a Ragman five times this month.

    The Palatski Man

  • He told her how after school he and Raymond Cruz had followed a Ragman to Hobotown, which was far away, past Western Avenue, on the other side of the river, down by the river and the railroad tracks, and that they had a regular town there without any streets.

    The Palatski Man

  • The Ragman would see him and pull the reins, stopping the wagon.

    The Palatski Man

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