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  • JOHN O ` QUINN, ATTORNEY FOR VIRGIE ARTHUR: We ` ve been in touch with Mr. Birkhead, who seems to be a man of good faith, and Virgie ` s certainly a woman of good faith.

    CNN Transcript Apr 11, 2007

  • TOM PIRTLE, ATTORNEY FOR VIRGIE ARTHUR: The problem is the baby, and this is driving Virgie crazy.

    CNN Transcript Feb 22, 2007

  • JOHN O ` QUINN, ATTORNEY FOR VIRGIE ARTHUR: Mr. Birkhead seems to be a man of good faith, and Virgie ` s certainly is a woman of good faith.

    CNN Transcript Apr 13, 2007

  • "Virgie," he said, "have you ever wondered why I came here and turned miner?"

    Virgie's Inheritance

  • "Virgie," said Samson, "I'll try to buy some of de stone-boat captains to carry you to Phildelfy."

    The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times

  • "Virgie," said Samson Hat, meeting them under the willow-tree, "when I carries you off and marries you, I s'pect you'll be climbin 'up in my loft, too, makin' it comf'able fo 'me."

    The Entailed Hat Or, Patty Cannon's Times

  • Having wasted an hour to end up with no resolution, I laid into "Virgie" (or whoever the heck I was speaking to) and told him how utterly useless their support is and that it was little wonder that they made #2 on Consumerist's Worst Company in America 2008.

    CoolestFamilyEver

  • I provided all of this data to the first tech on the chat, "Virgie".

    CoolestFamilyEver

  • Thinking it was doing the campaign a favor, it ran a radio spot in July that featured a Bush impersonator leaving a message for "Virgie" to thank him for supporting "the Big Oil Energy Agenda."

    George Loper's Website

  • "Virgie," he added presently, "on the night my mother told me to come out West she gave me her blessing, and the blessing of the old

    Winning the Wilderness

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