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  • The brothe r of dissident Liu Xiaobo said that as of Saturday night, authorities had arranged a meeting for Sunday in Jinzhou, the northeastern city where Liu is imprisoned.

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  • In October, Mr. Baldovino, the former auto-industry worker, and his brothe r-in-law, Marty Navarra, purchased a Senior ComforCare Services franchise in St. Claire Shores, Mich.

    Picking Your Business

  • You can go back to Italy Where you can practice your recisim like your brothe (Hitler).

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  • The midwife that delivered my maternal granddad, my mom, me and my younger brothe, worked until she was 95, still going around a busy town with a horse and buggy!

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  • Scholarly journal accidentally puts Chinese brothe...

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  • And thare ete thay nought but flesche with outen brede; and thay soupe the brothe there of: and also thay drynke the mylk.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • And thei have not, in many places, nouther pesen ne benes, ne non other potages, but the brothe of the flessche.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • For littile ete thei ony thing, but flessche and the brothe.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • And whan thei han eten, thei putten hire dissches unwasschen in to the pot or cawdroun, with remenant of the flessche and of the brothe, till thei wole eten azen.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • It hurt Margaret dreadfully to see her little brothe r whipped, and she soon became so unhappy at the sorrowful circumstances in which she and her brother found themselves that she sobbed from morning to night and knew no comfort.

    Queen Zixi of Ix

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