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  • And Ted Kennedy was always someone who fought lactiferously for his passions, for his principles, for his causes but nevertheless did it in an agreeable way.

    CNN Transcript Aug 26, 2009

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  • The park of saintly James invites
    This errant gaze to calm delights;
    There cows lactiferously mild
    Give solace to the thirsty child.
    --Henry S. Leigh, 1882, Strains from the Strand: Trifles in Verse, p. 41

    February 20, 2008