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  • To that end, Traditional Basics are followed by a longer section called Twisting Tradition, which includes discussions of pitfalls that the etiquette doyennes of previous centuries could have only dreamed of having to negotiate, and offers polite, modern variations on old rules.

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  • Still poised at the end of the form called Twisting the Wind, he stood among death.

    A Crown of Swords

  • It is called Twisting the Aces: the four aces are shown face down; they are counted out, still face down, one by one; the packet of cards is twisted, and each time the aces are counted out one of them, a different ace each time, appears face up.

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  • "Now, this is called Twisting the Aces," the boy explains to his father, who has put down his book, curious.

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  • "Twisting"? by Nick van Nes on Thursday, May 14, 2009 at 5: 14: 35 AM

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  • The song "Twisting" by They Might Be Giants is about an ex that wants to see her ex hang.

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  • "Twisting occurs when an existing life insurance policy or annuity contract from one insurance company is surrendered and the money is used to purchase another annuity from a different insurance company," according to Sink's Web site (www.

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  • McCain / Palin Aide: Campaign Leaker "Twisting" Palin's Words

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  • In the centre-point those two aesthetics clash in the legendary maze of Twisting; here the aesthetic is baroque.

    A Theory of Modes and Modalities

  • Twisting, the Merbreth reached behind its back and grasped at something.

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