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  • Hillary looked the fool with that rejoinder, "Xeroxed" from whatever overpaid speechwriter she's employing.

    Hillary On Obama's Speeches: "It's Change You Can Xerox"

  • Senator Clinton has invoked Bin Laden; painted her black opponent as an elitist despite her $100 million fortune; glad-handed with Richard Mellon-Scaife; and borrowed ( "Xeroxed," if you will) an electoral map created by Karl Rove.

    Bob Cesca: Worst Person In The World

  • The Countryman debuts some tasteful updates to the styling language—the strake at the front fender, the turned-down corners of the of the grille—but at a glance, the Countryman looks like a Mini Cooper S that was Xeroxed at 130%.

    What Part of 'Mini' Did You Not Grasp, BMW?

  • Their library had 50 books, and the students were using Xeroxed copies for reading materials in the classrooms.

    Literacy News – 102th Edition « News « Literacy News

  • The artists Xeroxed 150 copies, priced the zine at $10 to cover production costs and provided issues to six independent bookstores in New York, Los Angeles and Germany.

    One Baller's Biggest Fan

  • Mini Cooper At a glance, the Countryman looks like a Mini Cooper S that was "Xeroxed at 130%," says Mr. Neil.

    The 'Big' Mini Countryman

  • Nora got drunk, Xeroxed herself, confessed to the Kennedy Assassination, and made out with a Swingline stapler - and only later was told that all she had been drinking was sparkling cider.

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  • My publication was called, "Eldritch Leanings"; and would contain minor thoughts, movie and book reviews, pictures, a little bit of artwork (mostly the cover), and began as a Xeroxed production, then switched to mimeographed, and finally to high-quality printing before I gave it up due to time constraints and embarrassment over how poor my offerings were compared to the scholarly works of others like S.T. Joshi.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • What can be behind the many Xeroxed layers of blackness that betray no hints of coherent words?

    How the End Begins

  • My publication was called, "Eldritch Leanings"; and would contain minor thoughts, movie and book reviews, pictures, a little bit of artwork (mostly the cover), and began as a Xeroxed production, then switched to mimeographed, and finally to high-quality printing before I gave it up due to time constraints and embarrassment over how poor my offerings were compared to the scholarly works of others like S.T. Joshi.

    The Lovecraft News Network

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