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  • Jesus predicts that the sun will be darked, and fmm offers us Jesus 'followers speaking in tongues as the fulfillment.

    An Amazing First Century

  • Indeed, there have been some reports that Kinect might not be so good at recognizing darked-skinned faces, and I'm pretty tan.

    Connecting With Microsoft's Kinect

  • Indeed, there have been some reports that Kinect might not be so good at recognizing darked-skinned faces, and I'm pretty tan.

    Connecting With Microsoft's Kinect

  • Indeed, there have been some reports that Kinect might not be so good at recognizing darked-skinned faces, and I'm pretty tan.

    Connecting With Microsoft's Kinect

  • In the beginning just remember it was darked and then someone smiled! try this:

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A New Soros Initiative on the Economics Profession?

  • Idealistic your German soldier Hans Vollmer joins the front on the eve of the invasion of Russia, unaware that darked things than the enemy stalk the battlefields.

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  • We raked the water's mirrored edge and poled in willow-shrouded brakes, plumbed the deep and darked ledge, traced dimensions of despair and waked in light to fete your coming home –

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Idealistic your German soldier Hans Vollmer joins the front on the eve of the invasion of Russia, unaware that darked things than the enemy stalk the battlefields.

    My novels #13: Operative Vampyr

  • “(Zeus destroyed the twain) ere the curls had bloomed beneath their temples, and darked their chins with the blossom of youth.” —

    Symposium

  • This is fresh out of the oven, and they did darked a little more with time and got that perfect chewy coating.

    tequila lime chicken + green onion slaw | smitten kitchen

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  • "You will come to a place where the streets are not marked. Some windows are lighted. But mostly they’re darked. A place you could sprain both your elbow and chin! Do you dare to stay out? Do you dare to go in? How much can you lose? How much can you win?"

    - Dr Seuss, 'Oh! The Places You’ll Go!'

    October 13, 2008