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  • Photographs by Pascal Chevallier The house at Schigliana Street in Sent, Switzerland, was built in 1711.

    Sperone's One-Man Museum

  • Sent from the Republican National Committee's server, the email "From the Desk of John McCain" begins with a paragraph about the candidate's upcoming "Service to America" tour -- a series of campaign road trips in Mississippi, Virginia, Florida and Arizona -- "places where I have had the honor of serving our nation."

    Monetizing McCain’s Assets - Swampland - TIME.com

  • SYNOPSIS Sent from the city to investigate the murder of a teenage girl in a small Alaska town, a veteran LAPD detective (Pacino) accidentally shoots his partner while trying to apprehend a suspect (Williams).

    Insomnia on DVD October 15th

  • Locate the files with the name Sent and with no extension.

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  • There is only one file with the name "Sent" - it is selected.

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  • CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - ‘Sent from the candidate’s BlackBerry.’

    'Sent from the candidate's BlackBerry.' Really?

  • Sent from the thick of Thursday’s massive demonstrations, these messages are an example of how protesters are using the latest technology to communicate and coordinate their activities.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Antiwar Protestors Relying on Web, Mobile Comm

  • However, the second is in English] - Sent using Google Toolbar "

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • Beginning with promised presence, he goes off to the idea of Sent to do this; then he presses that home again, Sent to do that; and finally gives the knock – out blow by a return to the place from which he started, promised presence.

    The Hymns of Wesley and Watts: Five Papers

  • And everytime it gets placed in a folder called Sent >

    Discussions: Message List - root

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