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  • Used to strongly confirm the preceding utterance.

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  • adv. an expression of emphatic agreement


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  • Agog, I studied Watts and how she wrapped her legs around Keith, teaching him to kiss, hoping somehow to transfer from her lips to his the notion that friendship and love were meant to be combined.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Oh yes, I was Andie and Andie was me, and how delightful to revisit those halcyon, pretty-in-pink days.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • On Monday, teachers turned the water crisis into a teachable moment, explaining to students the sources of our water (the Quabbin Reservoir) and how to ensure water safety. Main RSS Feed

  • Many members of cathedral chapters and other beneficed ecclesiastics were chiefly concerned with their income and how to increase it, especially by uniting several prebends (even episcopal sees) in the hands of one person, who thus enjoyed a larger income and greater power.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Urban College is that every graduate student (alumno), wherever he may be in the pursuit of his ministry, is bound to write every year a letter to the cardinal prefect, to let him know how the writer's work is progressing and how he fares himself.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • “Who is StreetSmart, and how do you know so much about the case?”

    Good Girl Gone Bad

  • Her heart raced and she pictured Kieran Duffy, wondering what thoughts went through his mind in those final moments, and how he found the strength to do what had to be done.


  • I then have this poetic thought of how Bowie was the man who fell to earth, and how Manson is his dark mirror—the man who came out of the earth, the suburban earth of Middle America, born Brian Warner and vomited out of his Christian-school upbringing, the child of a Vietnam vet.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • Suarez (De poenit., disp. xlvii, s. 2, n. 9) goes farther and asserts "that the souls in purgatory are holy, are dear to God, love us with a true love and are mindful of our wants; that they know in a general way our necessities and our dangers, and how great is our need of Divine help and divine grace".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • The most telling work detailing what contaminants are entering our bodies and how much toxicity accumulates in our cells and bloodstreams over time comes from a 2003 study by the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, in collaboration with the Environmental Working Group EWG, an advocacy organization in Washington, D.C. Their findings reveal the “body burden” of environmental chemicals and heavy metals carried by the average American.

    The Autoimmune Epidemic


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