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  • If Mr. Brown loses on the tax increase he's effectively finished as governor; he might as well return to Mumbai where he went after his first time around as California's governor and resume his charitable work with Mother Theresa's nuns, because he will do more good there than here.

    George Mitrovich: Liberalism's Uncertain Fate

  • Would urge anyone wanting to know Mexico better to read his and Theresa's books ... they are gems.

    Where is Uncle Donnie these days?

  • "Theresa's writing has a feature of a lot of great playwrights: you sense that she herself is expressed in all of the characters, that at different moments she is behind each of them, not just one of them," Mr. Shenkman said.

    Words and the Performers Who Love Them

  • Harvard researchers found that students could improve immune function simply by watching a video about Mother Theresa's compassionate work among the poor of Calcutta.

    Leo Galland, M.D.: Six Steps to Beat Stress and Boost Immunity

  • Clarke, who had mocked May at the Tory conference on Tuesday, said: "I sat and listened to Theresa's speech, and I'll have to be very polite to Theresa when I meet her – but in my opinion she should really address her researchers and advisers very severely for assuring her that a complete nonsense example in her speech was true."

    Kenneth Clarke prepares for 'enforced retirement' following cat spat with May

  • Cyprus Corner is a Greek restaurant, but it also sells pizza as did the previous place, Theresa's.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Corner-Eatery's Owner

  •  I don't know about the poem part, but the stink, the glare … sounded a lot like Theresa's neighborhood.

    True Romance '66

  •  We figured she paid us about fifty cents an hour — just enough for us to chip in on Vicky's cousin Theresa's rent and to stock up on Winstons, peanut butter and Kotex.

    True Romance '66

  • Wet through by the time we got back to Theresa's, we put on dry T-shirts and crawled under the covers.

    True Romance '66

  •  But I knew that Theresa's refrigerator most likely contained nothng beyond a near-empty carton of milk about to go and maybe an ancient box of Velveta cheese, dried to hard orange along all its edges.

    True Romance '66

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