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  • n. The replacement of a ligand (especially of water) by an anion in a coordination compound


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  • Her tyoe of Fake Change is not what we as anation or as the Democratic Party need - She is more of the same!!!

    NY Times slams Clinton's 'negativity'

  • Obama doesn't offer me "comfort", he seems to be ready to challenge us all with ideas, the need to sacrifice and a long missing opportunity to rediscover thecollective identity of anation again, not just one special interest trying to suppress another special interest.

    Election Central Debate Roundup

  • Maybe I'm hard on the average citizen, and there are indeed many working hard and doing what they can to protest, but out of anation ofover 300 millionthey're not enough.

    The "Ultimate Sacrifice" vs. the minimum sacrifice...thoughts after Memorial Day

  • And we Americans are not ready for that -- especially not now, not at a time when the record shows we have become anation whose highest elected officials ordered the torture of men charged with no crime and given no rights in order to extract phony "confessions."

    Wrong. Terribly Wrong...

  • Saying that we are "anation of laws" is being a hypocrite when the laws are not enforced the same on all people and nation-states.

    Open Letter to Congressperson Nancy Pelosi

  • But the rise ofAdolf Hitler and the threat of German invasion served as a unifying force for anation that had turned on itself.

    The History of the Kalashnikov

  • As we celebrate, through your visit, the special bond of those who have shared the trials of struggle, we are confident that you will feel the pulse of anation illed with hope for the future.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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