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  • Every year they find something else to worry us about-the millenium, bird flu, SARS, h1n1.

    H1N1

  • It's good to see Dr Wood comment on something he actually knows a little about-the US political scene.

    Election night: open thread

  • Fedden was the one they were concerned about-the shock, you know.

    Movie Night

  • As a kid I only had one doll I called about-the Tiny Tears.

    LITTLE MISS NO NAME (correction to earlier post)

  • I think what you are talking about-the survival and the aftermath and the gratitude and the love--its so hard to know how to explain but this is a great post.

    Refined

  • Now, instead of having one major market to worry about-the Tokyo stock exchange -- investors worldwide are also wondering how vulnerable to deception and fraud the massive U.S. government bond market is.

    Is The Game Rigged?

  • Indeed, the Clinton victory that will probably have the most immediate and spectacular impact was the one least talked about-the national-service legislation that would make college loans available to every qualified student, a major relief to strapped middle-class parents.

    Runs, Hits, No Errors

  • There are some things that I'm absolutely sure about-the Golden Rule, the need to battle cruelty in all its forms, the value of love and charity, humility and grace.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • The victories that the sixties generation brought about-the admission of minorities and women into full citizenship, the strengthening of individual liberties and the healthy willingness to question authority-have made America a far better place for all its citizens.

    The Audacity of Hope

  • And over all there was the smell of the musk, which the clever, inscrutable Mr. Moonlight Quill ordered to be sprinkled about-the smell half of a curiosity shop in

    Tales of the Jazz Age

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