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As a american, i ask all those that are not blinded by hate, and fearing someone that's only trying to help or believeing someone who's only instress is to keep this president from doing what he was elected to do. pam Eugene OR
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Encounter: a meeting that becomes decisive instress and the encounter
Gerard Manly Hopkins called this meeting, 'instress.'
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