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  • Rev. Wright's interview on Bill Moyers Friday will put the charactering to rest.

    NC GOP Using Obama And Wright Against Local Dems

  • Upper Room can speak loud to you some quite complimentary things about my clean charactering, even when detected in the dark, distressful though such recital prove to me, as this is, when

    Finnegans Wake

  • Short Version: they want “the separation of benefits and recognition from marital status” so regardless of the rights and wrong of the plan - to me at least - it seems that bigots are spot on in charactering this as an “end marriage” agenda.

    Beyond Marriage

  • What John knew about Gunter would not lead to charactering him that way.

    Too Many Spies Spoil The Case

  • And I remember, when his displeasure was a little off, telling him, how severely he had dealt in his charactering the best pen in England, Dr. Sanderson's; he told me, he had had two Secretaries, one a dull man in comparison of the other, and yet the first best pleas'd him: _For_, said he, _my Lord

    Characters from 17th Century Histories and Chronicles

  • Without charactering the timing as a delay, the company says it wants to be prepared with solid game software offerings timed with the hardware launches.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Notably, even prominent police officials in Arizona and elsewhere have resisted these moves, pointing to the fact that communities with large immigrant populations have not seen rising crime rates, and charactering anti-immigrant laws like SB 1070 as potentially dangerous for communities, where cooperation between the immigrant residents and the police has succeeded in preventing crime.

    Political Affairs Magazine

  • Understanding the earliest events surrounding HIV-1 transmission and charactering the newly transmitted or founder virus is central to intervention efforts.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • I mainly use celebrations as prompts; I got a sweet piece on perspectives out of Independence Day, and Labor Day gave me an excuse to riff on the question of what main characters do when they’re not out main-charactering.

    Blogging On a Holiday: Should You Do It or Ditch It?

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