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  • It was never clear exactly what les aspin was doing in South Vietnam 30 years ago, or who he was doing it for, except he obviously belonged there as so many other Americans in-country obviously did not.

    A 'Whiz Kid' Among The Ruff-Puffs

  • If one of two things happen, it will make your head aspin to watch the backtracking: (a) Obama sues them and for a lot of money, (b) they start procedures to remove their licenses for broadcasting.

    Think Progress » CNN Debunks False Obama ‘Madrassa’ Smear

  • Dale: hello there is a song in dumb in dumber which is not featured on the soundtrack, it is played when harry leaves lloyd after they have an argument over money on the way to aspin.

    That's Where You'll Find Me (Music (For Robots))

  • The travelers reached the river as that second major moon rose, setting their shadows aspin.


  • I caused to undo the roof without breaking any thing, during which I saw the piece of aspin-tree, which was laid under the cabin for their provisions.

    History of Louisisana Or of the Western Parts of Virginia and Carolina: Containing

  • Availing ourselves of the deepest water and the swell of a sea, we were hurried on the top of a breaker, that shook our long-boat like an aspin leaf and nearly filled her with water; but in a moment she was floating on a beautiful bay that presented to the eye "the smooth surface of a summer's sea."

    Narrative of the shipwreck of the brig Betsey, of Wiscasset, Maine, and murder of five of her crew, by pirates, on the coast of Cuba, Dec. 1824.

  • Kenyon opened out into Quite a valley and found plenty of dry aspin wood in a small grove at the Lower end of the Kenyon and likewise plenty of Mountain Sheep on the cliffs which bounded the stream one of which I had the luck to kill and which I Buiied in

    Narrative, by James Clyman

  • _ Ay, and if it would, then, it's Carver that would quake like the aspin leaf -- I know that.

    Tales and Novels — Volume 08

  • Sides, we observe great deel of Scattering pine on the mountains, Some aspin, Spruce & fur trees took a meridian altd. which gave for

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806

  • Missouri. the wild rose, servise berry, white berryed honeysuckle, seven bark, elder, alder aspin, choke cherry and the broad and narrow leafed willow are natives of this valley. the long leafed pine forms the principal timber of the neighbourhood, and grows as well in the river bottoms as on the hills. the firs and larch are confined to the higher parts of the hills and mountains. the tops of the high mountains on either side of this river are covered with snow. the musquetoes have been excessively troublesome to us since our arrival at this place.

    The Journals of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1806


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