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  • Our goal is not only to assess your child for transplantation, butto explore other medical and surgical treatment options.

    Heart Transplant

  • To me, consensus seems to be the process of abandoning all beliefs, principles, values and policies in search of something in which no one believes, butto which no one objects.

    What Would The Iron Lady Do?

  • Not just to any people and not just to Democratic strongholds where he would be assured of support, butto people in states where he lost to his Republican opponent.

    They Still Don't Get It

  • To compare London to an entirestate seems vastly unfair, butto all intents and purposes, London is British cuisine.

    California Dreamin'

  • Mebbe I oughta reconsider that last bit before I hit this "SEND" butto

    The Boy Who Cried Fascist

  • Her natural instinct will be to attack him from the right, since she's to the right of him on Iraq, butto what end?

    Novak: Hillary Supporters "Truly Worried" About Obama

  • In other words, my words, these men were sold, butto whom? the U.S. military?

    Freedom!

  • To compare London to an entirestate seems vastly unfair, butto all intents and purposes, London is British cuisine.

    California Dreamin'

  • In fact, while I was present, they turned away several butto - seekers, explaining that they had completely run out.

    Eric Schiller: Politics invades Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival

  • But as the captain of the guard of Red Gold Bridge, the stronghold that holds back the eerie forest from the rest of Aeritan, he has no choice butto ride its borders and its winding trails every day.

    In Gordath Wood: Writer Patrice Sarath » Gordath Wood: Crae

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