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  • v. Present participle of divorce.


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  • Strangely, the ideas voted highest are mostly centrist: abolishing Don't Ask, Don't Tell; divorcing from the Religious Right; not kowtowing to the NRA; and, denouncing Palin/Beck/Limbaugh.

    Tina Dupuy: The Moderates' Lament

  • He declared himself repulsed by the thought of foisting a needless and unpopular election on Canadians and is well aware the Liberal party's sudden recovery in the polls is contingent on officially divorcing from the coalition.

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  • For those of you interested in the way the incentive works: divorcing is the way of getting a reduced family rent, which then gives you more points in your application to school.

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  • I truly believe separating and/or divorcing is worse when it doesn’t involve some big sin on either side …. no cheating, no abuse, no bodies hidden in the backyard.

    Crisis of heart « Lab Kat

  • So much so that I hated the idea of being the odd one out almost as much as I hated the idea of divorcing.

    Out of the Woodwork

  • Unless, that is, the divorcing couple is one of the most prominent and hypocritical fundie pairs in Florida.

    Archive 2007-08-19

  • Plus, the idea of divorcing and making my daughter shuffle between 2 homes was unacceptable.

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  • In the months ahead of their rallies, teams of local organizers often travel their communities performing a ritual called "divorcing Baal," the name of a demon spirit, to drive out the devil from each location.

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  • She admits the idea of divorcing came up, but now says, "I was being dramatic."


  • Cassandra Cales recalled how Stacy broached the idea of divorcing Drew Peterson on Oct. 26, less than 48 hours before she vanished. -


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