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  • 'Breaking the Silence' on 22-Day War [Pt. 1] yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = '\'Breaking the Silence\' on 22-Day War [Pt. 1] '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: Whilst previous Independent International human rights reports were dismissed by Israeli Defense Forces and by Israeli government authorities as mere pandering to Palestinian sentiment, the latest report comes from within their own establishment in the form of \'Front Line\ 'troops who actually served during the 22-Day pummeling of the Gaza Strip enclave.

    'Breaking the Silence' on 22-Day War [Pt. 1]

  • This being acquir'd and establish'd, Silence would be more easy; and my desire being to gain knowledge at the same time that I improv'd in virtue, and considering that in conversation it was obtain'd rather by the use of the ears than of the tongue, and therefore wishing to break a habit I was getting into of prattling, punning, and joking, which only made me acceptable to trifling company, I gave _Silence_ the second place.

    Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

  • From a young age he wrote essays under the name Silence Dogood for the New England Courant, a seditious paper run by James Franklin, his brother.

    The King's Best Highway

  • The name Silence Dogood came from two of Mathers works: a sermon on Holy Silence and Godly Patience and the book Essays to Do Good.

    10 Days: Benjamin Franklin

  • Breaking the Silence is an organization of Israeli veterans that seek to expose the public to military abuses of Palestinians.

    Photos Show Israel Soldiers' Alleged Misconduct

  • And He was pleased with the lesion which He called Silence and touched His lips to the sky.

    Magritte

  • The major islands dropped off the communication links in neat order, Kauai going first, the Big Island last, hours ago --- in fact, one bright boy at FEMA has arrived at what he calls the Silence Number -- Beaufort 28.

    Mother Of Storms

  • In the spirit of The Master, and of a long biographical essay he recently published on Lady Augusta Gregory, Tóibín recreates, in "Silence", the story of her transient, intense, adulterous love-affair with the young poet Wilfrid Scawen Blunt.

    The Empty Family by Colm Tóibín – Review

  • I finally have a scan of the actual cover flat for Cast in Silence which is an August 2009 release.

    Cast in Silence Cover, attempt one

  • Just like Holy-Blowbag Joe will never himself practice ‘Silence is Golden’ – the USA will never stand firm in meting out fair critism against an Israeli abuse.

    Think Progress » Lieberman Criticizes Administration For Publicly Clashing With Israel: ‘Sometimes Silence Is Really Golden’

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