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  • "We made it claar that a U.N. presence does not mean international recognition of the rebellion," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • GOP can do no wrong, you think they can do no right, while being bliind to the fact democrats aren't one bit better, both parties suck, claar enough for someone with your limited perception?

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

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    David Murray: Mommy, Where Do Blagojeviches Come From?

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    David Murray: Mommy, Where Do Blagojeviches Come From?

  • "That's always the way, Miss, I've noticed, when missuses was o 'mind to get claar of payin' the honest dues.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 18, April, 1859

  • "Go an 'tell the stooard to fetch the rum bottle out of my bunk, with a couple of tumblers, an' then ye can claar out right away.

    The Island Treasure

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