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  • The league will try to restore the Ontario matchup on Labour Day next year, especially since it will be the swan song for Ivor Wynne, which is scheduled to be torn down and replaced after the 2012 season.

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  • The first significant milestone in fleshing out Darwin’s insight came with a book by the distinguished British zoologist and ecologist Vero Wynne-Edwards, known as Wynne to his friends.

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  • Men such as Wynne Baxter supported themselves through respectable legal practices.

    Portrait of a Killer

  • Roger smiled as he noted the space between the "Wynne" and the "Conrad" in her signature -- the surest betrayal of a bride.

    Flower of the Dusk

  • The stone-cutter had kept his promise, and had added the surname of "Wynne" on the little cross, and Cardo read it over and over again, with a sort of pleasurable sorrow.

    By Berwen Banks

  • 'Wynne's corpse might have been washed up by the tide, and your compact was to be there to see; but now, most likely, it is hidden, not under the loose fragments as I had feared, but under the great mass of earth, -- hidden for ever.'

    Aylwin

  • "Wynne" implies although he does not say it directly is that the Left has not come to power by the traditional means, but through bypassing debate and appealing, not to reason, but to emotion.

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  • As "Wynne" says, "Our choices may be stark - eventual widespread civil unrest, anarchy, and bloodshed … or the uncontested loss of liberty under the rule of a collectivist authoritarian state."

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  • In that case, what "Wynne" calls "the native distrust that Americans traditionally have had for government" might be activated at last.

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  • Indeed, the excitement surrounding these unrealizable schemes has come to have something Bacchanalian about it, which "Wynne" recognizes when he refers to the abandonment of

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