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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of follow.


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  • A fortnight ago Le Monde reported that French internet surfers searching for information on politicians typed a name followed by "Juif" "Jew" more frequently than in any other nation.

    Jewish people in the French capital live in the shadow of hatred

  • Example: Type in any high school curriculum novel and the first hit is always the title followed by "sparknotes" :D armoniv shadows006

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  • Note: works by Raymond Carver are indicated by the title followed by type of work in parentheses; i.e., (poems); (story).

    Raymond Carver

  • The title followed a pack of earlier Enron-related books, but Mr. Zackheim noted that it was well-reviewed and sold well, and is still in print as a paperback.

    Release Dates Moved Up for Madoff Books

  • By the definition followed here (and often followed by others), all such behavior is neither rational nor irrational but of a third kind, the pre-rational if one wishes, or normative (goal-formation or clarification), because if goals do not exist or are to a significant extent in flux, means typically cannot be well chosen.


  • Select "Other", then enter "Costa Rica Coffee" for the label followed by our company URL of www. Current News - Top Stories

  • Determine if you want to post just the title, just the initial content from the body, or the title followed by content from the body.

  • Here are the fastest-selling charity singles since 2000, with the title followed by the artist and charity, according to Official Charts Company data:

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  • It begins with a statement that runs counter to the title followed by a second sentence that doesn't support the first one, and a third that appears to contradict the second while failing utterly at congruous analogies.

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  • Rather than a sharp recession at the beginning of his term followed by a significant expansion, the recession that Obama inherits will be far worse when his first term ends. The Ad-Free Personal Finance Blogs Aggregator


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