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  • · The 'lineof' method on CodeString objects now precomputes line number information

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  • Olde Saratoga may be best known forall of the contract brewing that they dofor both local and out-of-state breweries, but they produce their own lineof tasty brews.

    LENNDEVOURS:

  • Three sheets of paper and a bottom lineof $610 out of my pocket.

    2008 September « Becca’s Byline

  • Science: only if it doesn't significantly interfere with thebottom lineof his campaign contributors.

    Will Progressives, with their No Difference and Lesser of Two Evils Psychoses, Give McCain the Election?(includes poll)

  • Eighteen men-of-war were drawn up in lineof battle to receive the flagship, and a hundred batteries thundered.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • The Bank is a full service bank that provides a broad lineof financial products and services to small and medium sized businesses and consumers through full-service banking locations, three of which are located in the greater Houston metropolitan area.

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  • So many blacks believe the reverse positioning lineof shit they sell.

    TONIGHT ON THE TERRORDOME: Lies and Truth about Afrikans in America

  • u underreacted o ... and people always take peeps like that for granted .... but your lineof action was wise and mature .. lamikayty

    JUST RANTING

  • I’m always struck by the number of comments when Bernstein and Lindgren open comments on the lineof:

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Because the Democrats “Believe in” Government:

  • Gen. Jackson was riding ahead of his men after we had routed the enemy & pursued them some 2 miles when, it having become twilight he suddenly came on the enemy's skirmishers & being appraised of it by some one he turned back, when a lineof our men on the side of the road mistook him & his staff for the Yankess coming back & fired on them, he then went towards the other side of the road & was fired on again -- by our own men -- Boswell had just gone to report to Gen.A. P. Hill who was putting his men in front at the time -- taking the place of Rodes 'men who had been in the front during the day & he was a little behind Gen.J. when it is supposed his horse rushed forward & thus brought him under the fire of the volley of musketry the enemy opened very soon after our men fired -- Maj.

    Augusta County: Jedediah Hotchkiss to Sara A. Hotchkiss, May 19, 1863

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