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  • Our generation can no longer afford to cede authority to the angriest voices, whether they broadcast from down the street or acr oss the ocean.

    Chris Stedman: From Ground Zero To Gays In Uganda: A Millennial Response To Modern Moral Crises

  • This year, movie lovers anywhere and everywhere acr...

    Giveaway – Tribeca Film Fest Prize Package

  • Mac had slowed down so that he no longer blurred acr oss her vision, but he still moved very swiftly, scooping rock from the area beyond the re-formed stones, seeming to juggle the load in midair while applying dabs of bonding agent with the hand that wasn't catching falling stones.

    Massage

  • A detailed discussion of how much biomass and cellulosic ethanol we could produce (and consume) and the acres required can be found in the Appendix in "Imagining the Future," (here). $40 per ton biomass is very feasible even at single digit yields in acr es per ton of miscanthus or switchgrass (or hopefully diverse grass cocktails) without any significant irrigation or fertilizer.

    Vinod Khosla: President Bush, Please Declare a War on Oil!

  • October 3, 2008 at 1:09 am and NAWT just any acr, i wana be a Porsche!

    No, iz not gettin off unles - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • THAT said, salt is an important component of making these soups taste good -- acr on February 18, 2009

    Weight Watchers Zero Points Garden Vegetable Soup ♥ | A Veggie Venture

  • Also important has been the creation of various structures to coordinate ANC work acr oss the organisation and organs of governance, as well as regular PEC visits to the regions.

    Organisational Report

  • Jr., situated on the west side of Route 29, just north of the C. & O. Railway, containing 9.27 acr more or less, and we believe a fair price for said property to be $15,000.00

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • Four of them are of value not only for the form but for the knowledge they furnish of the distinction made between the four classes of adventurers: those who paid money into the treasury and agreed to plant one hundred persons, those who established a private plantation, those who were private planters, and those whose "shares exceedinge 50 acr̃ are exempted from payinge any Rent to ye Company for the persons they transporte."

    The Records of the Virginia Company of London

  • The limb is attached to the body through the intermediation of the shoulder-blade (scapula, sc.) a flattened bone with a median external ridge with a hook-like termination, the acromion (acr.).

    Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata

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