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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A process on the outer border of the leaf-like abdominal appendage of a phyllopod crustacean.

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  • THE JEWS: Then we have to go back to the Romans, they spread the Jews across the entire of their Empire of the time, and the Jewish Elders came up with a plan The Protocals of the Elder of Zion, which was a set of laws to maintain the Jewish People in Exile, out of Judia, not expecting them to be in exite [2K] Two thousand years.

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  • Also, Romney may be seen as the safe bet by the party in the primaries, not particularly exciting but has proven competence and won't exite the left in the way that Palin, Jindal or Sanford will.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • When we look at a blackhole being spherical then it does not reveal a black hole but just a entrence and exite, in other words a north and south pole, that has a field flowing from one to the other with half way the disc where moons, planets and ekectrons reside.

    the atomic uni-verse

  • I go to their website from the comfort of my own computer, they let me pick and choose from a huge selection of books that all exite me, and then I get the books home to enjoy, to keep, to have as mine.

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  • I live in The Netherlands and I saw it last saturday, I have to say that I'm a fan of Bond films, and I did like Quantum very much, but it didn't left me stunned, it didn't really exite me that much, I didn't enjoy the story that much neither.

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  • A Rainbow Coalition would not only have been a powerful demonstration of Democracy in action to exite the Electorate but also perhaps encourage more of our fellow citizens to take an active interest in how it worked.

    I still believe in it.

  • From the Onion, a review of a game designed to not harm, exite or interest anybody.

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  • First Consul, who knew how to appreciate superior merit when it did not exite his envy.

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  • God; (2) Sponsus venit, the divers comings of the Bridegroom; (3) exite, the soul going forth along the paths of virtue; and finally

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • It is divided into three books, treating respectively of the active, the interior, and the contemplative life; and each book is subdivided into four parts working out the text; Ecce Sponsus venit, exite obviam ei, as follows: (1) Ecce, the work of the vision, man must turn his eyes to

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

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