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  • n. A newsgroup.


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Shortening of newsfroup.


  • His immediate team included Professor Chinkin, Advocate Jilani, and Col. Travers yet the Israeli Ambassoador in yesterday's Times tries to paint this froup as 'less than fit for purpose'.

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

  • And the Heartland Institute is also not just a tobacco/oil front froup.

    Dave Johnson and James Boyce: Op-Ed Or Op-Lie?

  • He should die and be buried there and let the farmers piss on his grave to fertilze the soil for the next froup of farmers to seize the property.

    Farm Flattened

  • Ernie Els and Anohony Kim are well-placed in a large froup on four under, while Gareth Maybin is the leading Irishman on three under through 12 holes. Breaking News

  • Oh yeah, in the hate froup listing from the Southern Policy Law Center! er. org/intel/map/t ype. jsp?

    Gay/Lesbian Forum

  • But soaps - with a permanent set, production office, wardrobe department and generally permanent, full time froup of actors is very 'efficient' - in that it costs lots and lots and lots of money to set (when was the last time a proper primetime soap was launched on British TV?) but can knock out content relatively cheaply henceforth (relative compared to other kinds of drama),


  • Ullal until now has spent a substantial part of her career in senior positions at Cisco, including her most recent gig as senior V-P of the company's data center, switching and services froup.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Web 2.0


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  • Short for newsfroup, a typo of newsgroup.

    October 24, 2008