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  • Just don't vote, but to vote against the man because you're mad is childish and sickening. isabelle nyc

    Obama closes in on Clinton superdelegate total

  • To think this was my candidate up to 6 months ago ... sad ... isabelle nyc

    Clinton adviser makes superdelegate pitch

  • Report this comment to the moderators isabelle Writes:

    It’s Schadenfreude Time! (Or is it?)

  • December 15th, 2004 at 11:00 am isabelle: “sex is not a limited resource, while there is only so much food to go around in the world at one point in time”

    Fatness and Moral Panic

  • Last in a drizzle of rain on a brokenwinded isabelle nag, Cock of the North, the favourite, honey cap, green jacket, orange sleeves, Garrett Deasy up, gripping the reins, a hockeystick at the ready.

    Ulysses

  • Rachel, the cook, a sturdy coloured woman with her head bound up in an isabelle-coloured handkerchief was standing by the kitchen table on which she was resting the fore-finger of her left hand, whilst with the right she was turning over some fish that had just been sent in from the fishmonger's.

    The Ghost Girl

  • I'm only going to spend a week on the yacht this summer instead of the two that polly, me and the kids (isabelle and toby) were going to enjoy.

    New Statesman

  • One might ask? isabelle borg (5 hours, 12 minutes ago)

    UnderwaterTimes.com News of the Underwater World

  • Canadians discover the known and unknown faces and personalities from all walks of life who have shaped and continue to shape Canada's history, culture, and identity.isabelle. vigneault@lac-bac.gc.ca

    NewsBlaze.com Current News - Top Stories

  • MergeCells Then Rows (r). isabelle replied to DenysP on Monday, September 13, 2010 9: 24 AM

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  • Haha! I meant Austria. It's fixed now.

    June 16, 2010

  • ... Isabella of Australia? Or Austria?

    June 14, 2010

  • The well-known story for the name of isabella is, however, chronological impossible, as the word was in use in 1600, before the Siege of Ostend:

    Item, one rounde gowne of Isabella-colour satten,..set with silver spangles

    June 14, 2010

  • 'The colour so called is the yellow of soiled calico. ... It is said that Isabel of Austria, daughter of Philip II, at the siege of Ostend, vowed not to change her linen till the place was taken. As the seige lasted three years we may well suppose that it was somewhat soiled by wear.' Brewer

    June 14, 2010