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  • Meanwhile Tommy and Margery sat on the edges of their cots and conducted a spirited argument as to whether Tommy really had seen a "fathe" at the window.

    The Meadow-Brook Girls Afloat

  • But Mr. Conway added "the real tragedy" was that "the brothers didn't have the relation that their fathe r wanted them to have" and the family "has been torn apart for no better reason than money."

    Family Feud Forces Auction in Village

  • It was into my fathe r's image, the black man, son of Africa, that I had packed all the attributes I sought in myself, the attributes of Martin and Malcolm, DuBois and Mandela. '

    Some Political Notes

  • On one hand if she dates an Obama supporter who rambles on about how the President was a better choice than her fathe, it brings up old hurt.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • It's hard to imagine that this is how Bristol Palin wanted her senior year of high school to turn out: She's five months pregnant, transferring to a new school away from all her friends, and the fathe ...

    Ann Shoket: What Was Bristol's Plan A?

  • Yay! it wurked! copy nd paste iz stil a lepe ub fathe.

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  • On the island, Jack sees his chance to be the hero again by rescuing Charlie and Claire – doing what he couldn't do for his fathe and save them.

    TV Round-Up: Lost « Michael in Nashville

  • For the first time, Ellena conjectured, that not Schedoni, but Spalatro might be the person she had seen, and that, though he was wounded, vengeance might give him strength to strike his stiletto at the heart of whomsoever approached him, while the duskiness of the place would fathe deed.

    The Italian

  • There's a single fathe rwho lives int he apartment below her and while they've been neighborly enough, they arent necessarily friends.

    lily-white Diary Entry

  • Brian, whose hair now turned completely white, raised one hand feebly, thinking, If my fathe rcan touch me, he can save me.

    Child Of The Hunt


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