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  • - Obama Victim, take a drive through red state America and find yourself some of your like-minded Palin Slack Jaw brethren and ask them to find Zimbabwe on a map if you are looking for a 'National Embarrassment'. katiec

    Obama to meet this week with professor, officer

  • In front of the building a battered sign bearing the name Slack Horse Inn creaked back and forth from a post.

    The Secret of the Old Clock

  • (Soundbite of music) WILL HERMES: Back in the '90s, Superchunk defined the sound and the ethos of indie rock with a self-released single called Slack Mo - something I can't say on broadcast radio.

    Superchunk: An Indie-Rock Role Model

  • Some have too much Slack, which is really no Slack at all.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • Mark Ella once unhesitatingly called Slack the best Australian player on that tour.

    The Roar - Your Sports Opinion

  • (except Slack, which is why I left it, at least for now).

    PCLinuxOS-Forums

  • 'Slack' of the fell, and guessed instantly it was her husband returning to The Bower after hunting.

    Border Ghost Stories

  • "If the rationale for a merger is cost savings, you're going to be disappointed," said Enid Slack, director of the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance at the University of Toronto.

    When Civic Mergers Don't Save Money

  • Denver theater favs Erik Sandvold, Leslie O'Carroll and Geoffrey Kent of the Denver Center Theatre, and Curious Theatre Company member, Karen Slack, provide a harmonious blend of character conflict and agenda.

    Tracy Shaffer: Where(for) Art Thou, Romeo? In Arvada, Doll

  • "Slack away the sheet," Charley commanded; and as our boat fell off before the wind, Demetrios's mocking laugh floated down to us.

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