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  • Take a piece of oznaburgs the size you want the star or blaze; spread it with warm pitch and apply it to the horses face; let it remain two or three days, by which time it will bring off the hair clean, and make the part a little tender; then take of elixor vitriol a small quantity, anoint the part two or three times; or, take of a very common weed called asmart, a small handful, bruise it, and add to it about a gill of water, use it as a wash until the face gets well, when the hair will grow out entirely white.

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  • But if you already pay for a data plan for asmart phone or netbook,are you ready to plop down at least another $499 or up to $829 for a "third device," plus maybeanother monthly 3G data plan?

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  • Given the poor reception of most films about the Iraqi War at the box office, this was probably asmart move.

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  • Whether your goal is to lower your risk of heart disease, or simply incorporate more healthful, "good" fats into your meals, the Mediterranean diet is asmart choice.

    Mediterranean diet lowers heart disease risk, study says

  • P.S. Will the next New Yorker cover have a drawing ofGeo W. Bush as asmart, peace-loving, uniter who isn't responsible for thousands of unnecessary deaths?


  • Mulligan made a career breakthrough - and gained an Oscar nomination - for her performance as asmart schoolgirl having a sobering romance with an older man in 1960s London. - News

  • Santiago's thinking - if it ain't broke, don't fix it - seems asmart way to operate.

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  • Let us banish from our minds the New York Times's recent profile of MIA and its author, Lynn Hirschberg, who, depending on your view, is either asmart journalist that gave a gobby, incoherent pop star enough rope, or someone so intent on stitching MIA upshe might as well have rocked up with a sewing machine instead of a Dictaphone and a plate of truffle chips – Arulpragasam's fondness for the latter being apparently symbolic of her inherent hypocrisy.

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  • Correa is asmart guy, it’s going to be pretty clear to him that Ecuador and the petro­leum and mining strug­gles there are an obvious surro­gate for Pandora in the western mind. » Blog Archive » How Does Avatar Play in the Amazon?


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