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  • Shaun Burnie, an independent nuclear energy consultant and forner head of nuclear campaigns at Greenpeace, said the presence of a percentage of fuel core loaded with plutonium MOX fuel in the No. 3 reactor posed a grave threat to the surrounding area.

    Japan nuclear plant faces new threat

  • Look if forner Senator Coleman was so great he would of won this election in a land slide.

    Franken to be sworn in Tuesday

  • Shame forner VP you released terrorists not Obama - Don't trust the US legal system?

    Cheney: Obama pretending we are not at war

  • He is now even willing to abandon one of his forner legislated commitments – the balanced budget, a keystone of previous election campaigns – in the interests of being seen to care about the economy, which is flavour of the month at present.

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  • All estate agents do is suck money out of the process, and - in forner times - inflate the bubble even more for their own ends.

    Good riddance

  • I want to think of a pun around "fora and foreigner forner" but I'm too tired.

    When Mother Walks

  • Politics in Spain is played out between Catalan Barcelona and forner Franco favorite Real Madrid.

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  • I'm seeing circles at the forner of my left eye that flash brightly

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  • But Becks 'forner team-mate and close friend, Neville, says United are used to playing against ex-players.

    Football.co.uk news feed

  • Nenshi defeated forner news anchor Barb Higgins and longtime alderman Ric McIver, labelled

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