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  • This was not an every-week sort of sermon about keeping the Sabbath or about some dead kings with long, hard names; the rabbi no longer seemed just a quiet man in a dark coat who had a great many books and knew everything and taught him Hebrew and history.

    The New Land Stories of Jews Who Had a Part in the Making of Our Country

  • It was an every-week happening for sailors of American vessels and of the New Zealand steamships to flee to the distant districts or to Moorea, to live in a breadfruit grove with dryads who asked no vows, or to escape the grind of work and discipline at sea.

    Mystic Isles of the South Seas.

  • This group doesn't figure to have an every-week starter, but there are some useful fantasy furniture pieces here.

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  • This group represents the last of the D/STs that warrant starting on an every-week basis.

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  • If Avery is healthy, he could elevate to be an every-week fantasy starter.

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  • • Jermichael Finley was solid and looks like an every-week starter.

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  • Bush no longer looks like a viable every-week play and the Browns have one of the more underrated run defenses in the NFL.

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  • Jackson looks like a solid every-week starter with the Bills looking alive now.

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  • As for the slew of options in the Saints' passing offense, Henderson, Meachem and Graham are emerging as every-week starts.

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  • Owen Daniels, Kevin Walter and Jacoby Jones just don't warrant being every-week starters.

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