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  • preposition Obsolete form of against.


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  • Sweet-s: You can ignore Stalin, he has not written one true comment here, just pure hatered ageinst german boxers / boxing / promoters ...

    East Side Boxing

  • The GOP's growing dominance during the 1980s and 1990s in national decision making made sure that Ronald Reagan's plans and ideas put us back 30 to 50 years from where we as a country would be and ought to be today in terms of energy independence, health care reform, environmental soundness, global warming, political backlash overseas ageinst US meddling .... the list goes on and on of the evil that conservatives, then neo-conservatives have foisted on the country.

    OpEdNews - Diary: Ronald Reagan: An Over-rated, Under-criticized President

  • Richard Plantagenet duke of Yorke came out of Irland unto Westm ', with roial people, lowely bisechyng the kyng that justice and execucion of his lawes myght be hadde upon alle such persones about him and in al his realme, frome the highest degree unto the lowist, as were long tyme noisid and detectid of high treason ageinst his persone and the wele of his realme, offring hymself therto, and his service at the kings comaundement, to spend bothe his body and goodes: and yet it might not be perfourmed.

    A Chronicle of London from 1089 to 1483 Written in the Fifteenth Century, and for the First Time Printed from MSS. in the British Museum


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