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  • Meanwhile, GB goes from bad to worse, with that "Resign" e-petition now topping his own website's petitions page, and pulling away rapidly from its rivals.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • "'Resign' and 'cannot,'" continued Lady Vernon, contemptuously.

    Heiress of Haddon

  • [138] 'Resign'd:' the Dukes of Newcastle and Devonshire, Lord Temple,

    Poetical Works

  • Killing a mans dogs, not to mention threatening the lifes of his family seems to send a strong message like "Resign"

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

  • Read Related Berlusconi Rejects Calls to Resign Over Fiscal Crisis Mr. Berlusconi has survived many scrapes during his 18 years in politics, and he may well survive what is shaping up to be the most dangerous upheaval in his ranks since his latest term began in 2008.

    Berlusconi Stands on Shakier Ground

  • Re: [gpkisner] Resign all titles of nobility???!!!!

    Mexican citizenship test--fun!

  • Re: [Georgia] Resign all titles of nobility???!!!!

    Mexican citizenship test--fun!

  • In the brief time protesters were free in the street, they shouted slogans such as "Freedom!" and "Resign!"

    Azerbaijan Protestors Fail to Gain Clout

  • At a hearing to dismiss him, Mr. Clogenson says he was offered three choices: Resign, be fired for serious misconduct, or accept a settlement.

    In Renault Spy Case, Déjà Vu

  • Many people waved placards reading: “Criminals”, “State: Killer of your children” and “President Christofias Resign.”

    Anger Grows in Cyprus Over Munitions Blast

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