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  • The EU's executive arm will this week float proposalsfor joint issues of bonds amongthe currency's 17 governments, but Germany is resolutely opposed to the idea.

    What's News: Business & Finance

  • His Perseus is grumpy, whiny, and unpleasant, and not nearly the hero that could earn a place amongthe stars.

    Ray Subdues CLASH OF THE TITANS | Obsessed With Film

  • It is also expected that a couple of Tory backbenchers will be named and shamed tomorrow for being amongthe very worstabusers of the system.

    Gordon Brown, Charlie Whelan and Me

  • The sad reality of sucharrogantly depraved morons as Skelton is he and the multitude of DINOs that are mere tools of the global corporatists are amongthe hundreds from both parties whodon't even speak to Dennis Kucinich when they pass him in the halls!

    "That really pisses me off down there, those assholes"

  • The ghost of a gist of an explanation for at least a few previously impenetrable imponderables began to agglutinate amongthe eddies of the Inspector's thoughts.

    The Mocking Program

  • She looked for Heather Winston amongthe rescued, but she wasn't there.

    Where There's Smoke

  • Very well aware that the value of a country is disseminated amongthe superior intelligences of the various parties, he tried to utilise them all.

    The Psychology of Revolution

  • As professor of philosophy and theology in a monastery at Alcalá, he soon took rank amongthe most learned men of the time, and was placed successively (1630 and 1640) in charge of the two principal chairs of theology in the university of that city.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Seattle) is amongthe 128 co-sponsors.

    The Seattle Times

  • McDermott (D-Seattle) is amongthe 128 co-sponsors.

    The Seattle Times

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