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  • Palin Decries 'Unfair Attacks' On McCain's "Verbiage" In Fox New Interview with SHAUN HANNITY (aka the Hack) @Lizzie … Thank you for your nice welcome. News

  • She'd always appreciated his support, and never so much as now, for it was he, the editor of Verbiage, that had found some way to publish her story—he'd told her an editor-at-large had gotten their hands on it, and insisted on its acceptance.

    (7) Plus and Minus

  • “Because I wanted to tell you that I read your short story in Verbiage and I thought it was fantastic!”

    (7) Plus and Minus

  • Verbiage about, say, RSS would have touched on matters of implementation if written five years ago, but is more likely to touch on usability or versatility now.

    Embedded Journalism - Anil Dash

  • Still it would be a shame to let all this verbiage go to waste, as Momma always said, "Eat all yer Verbiage or you get no desert!"

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • Stop Using Fascist Verbiage!! by Houston Radical on Monday, Jun 23, 2008 at 8: 53: 02 PM

    The Supreme Court, Habeas, John Yoo and Murdoch's Wall Street Journal

  • Red Badge of Verbiage posted by Robin Sloan posted 3.30.2006 commented on 36 times subscribe to this thread

    Red Badge of Verbiage « Snarkmarket

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  • Verbiage by Maxwell on Wednesday, Apr 4, 2007 at 4: 05: 37 PM

    The Unearthing: An Awakening Has Arrived

  • The point of all this Unnecessary Verbiage and Gratuitous Capitalisation is that I have noticed that some computer terminals 'read' my apostrophes differently and place an extra space after them and before the 's' in the case of a possessive.

    What I cooked last night.


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