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  • They wanted someone else who believes that 24 is a reality show and who thinks torture is a good thing, so obama ignored them, went behind their backs to make sure that he could get confirmation of someone who abhores torture and war crimes to clean up the cia first.

    Feinstein's Aboard For Panetta

  • Nature, however, abhores a vacuum and the newspapers are now reporting Lord Mandelson may be up for the job.

    No Brits likely in top EU jobs

  • I hate sticky cats too, and my husband abhores kitchen mess!

    » Crafting my Christmas

  • Just like nature abhores a vacuum, business will grow to fill an empty network.

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  • And if you continue to use profane language, which your chat buddy Sharon Cox abhores when it suits her e.g. 286 vs 295 , I will report you to the moderators.

    Think Progress » Rice Was Against Iraq Group Before She Was For It

  • He is actually agitating for the passage of a law which is an incomprehensible mess and which only an outraged public has read and clearly abhores.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Recently, my good friend John Yowens from out Kansas way, who absolutely abhores AOL, sent me a copy of an article from "Focus" Magazine in which the AOL Customer Service has been rated #1 out of the 10 worst Customer Services ever!

    The Cook Shack--Gab & Grub

  • Remember this basic factual principle of all things ... nature abhores a vacuum.

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  • Print journalism insists upon quoting third party authority, even when ads little to the story and denies the obvious knowledge of the person writing the story, and abhores paraphrasing, but rarely provides source materials.

    Wash Park Prophet


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