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  • Your tendency to grasp tightly misrepresentations like this and present them as irrefutable factis the biggest problem I have with your trolling here.

    Think Progress » Perriello Blasts GOP Leaders In Washington For Refusing To Completely Denounce Harassment Of Democrats

  • Note 157: "Stat sua cuiquedies; breve et inreparabile tempus/omnibus est vitae; sed famam extendere factis,/Hoc virtutis opus."

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • While the healthcare debate rages on in Congress and the media, the factis that, with 50 million people uninsured, the healthcare system is being placed under more and more strain.

    Time To Get Healthcare Reform Right

  • I dunno if that factis supposed to make us laugh, cryor look for another country to migrate to….

    Largest Bankruptcies in History Infographic | Impact Lab

  • Republican President George W. Bush does not worry of what his irrational policies produced He offers with emotional detachment, "The factis that income inequality is real -- it's been rising for more than 25 years," For Mister Bush and Senator McCain that truth is just the way it is, and perchance, they think the disproportionate distribution is the way it should be.

    Fiscal Conservatives

  • Ita quod dicta summa pecunie Centum Librarum eis annuatim integre et absque contradictione aliqua plenarie persolvatur pre cunctis aliis quibuscunque assignacionibus per nos factis seu faciendis ad inveniendum in perpetunm singulis diebus cuilibet monacho monasterii predicti comedenti in

    The Monastery

  • The sad factis that folks who backed the C blockers will lose much more money than the Feds will.

    Inside The Fcc's Billion-Dollar Boo-Boo

  • [723] Fabius esteems no better of most of them, either in speech, action, gesture, than as men beside themselves, insanos declamatores; so doth Gregory, Non mihi sapit qui sermone, sed qui factis sapit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • A depopulatione, agrorum incendiis, et ejusmodi factis immanibus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Themistocles did, for he was a most debauched and vicious youth, sed juventae maculas praeclaris factis delevit, but made the world amends by brave exploits; at last become a new man, and seek to be reformed.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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