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  • [B] efore we cede the entire moral penthouse to “committed vegetarians” and “strong ethical vegans,” we might consider that plants no more aspire to being stir-fried in a wok than a hog aspires to being peppercorn-studded in my Christmas clay pot ....

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  • [B] efore I knew what I desired, the desire itself was gone, the whole glimpse withdrawn, the world turned commonplace again, or only stirred by a longing for the longing that had just ceased.

    Rev. James Martin, S.J.: Want to Experience God? You Already Have: Uncommon Longings

  • A true accounting if possible is needed b efore the closure certificate is granted ..

    Muhlenberg: Heather Howard tips state's hand

  • B efore Soros, Helmut Kohl used the deutsche mark to breach the Berlin Wall–a wall that no one had ever been able to knock down using artillery shells.

    Those “self-executing rules”

  • [B] efore this mission I myself had begun branching out into the more positive aspects of eugenics -- Schafer is more intent on justifying his quest for the mythical yeti: 'I've been mocked for devoting my life to a legend.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • He took a bit of flack over here efore christmas because in one of his shows “The F Word” he had his children help him raise their own turkeys, naming them etc, before getting them to help him cook them and eat on the show.

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  • A commenter would really have to persistently go out of their way to be worthless, to develop a clear pattern of being at once trite, obnoxious, brainless, and valueless in sum, having nothing at all to contribute and being distinguished from a troll solely by persistence efore graduating to Freder's persona non grata status.

    Now, let me be Instapundit for a while.

  • You really must get your facts straight efore you simply regurgitate what you see and hear on Fox News.

    Think Progress » O’Reilly on ThinkProgress: ‘All Decent Americans Should Reject These Haters’

  • Good riddence … hopefully jail time will come efore the mid-terms!

    Think Progress » Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK)

  • The day was Sept. 11, 1918, b efore a crowd of 15,238 fans at Fenway Park, when the Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs 2-1 to win the title in six games. - A lot has happened since 1918


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