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  • On this particular day, the object of my inquiry was the biggest, meanest, mood-altered, high mainte ...

    Leslie Griffith: Bullying-Buffed-Up-Times

  • Du coup apres mainte reflexions je lui ai envoy√© un mail en lui disant tout et lui laissais le choix quant a un nouveau cadeau.

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  • En plus comme je l'ai dit mainte fois j'ai stopp√© les amphetamines le temps du traitement pour mes poumons donc j'ai la fatigue de la "pneumonie qui n'en n'est pas une" + la fatigue de Narco ...

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  • Either because it was too difficult, too boring, or too dangerous for humans to perform, automatics necessarily performed most of the routine mainte-nance.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • The relatively decent mainte-nance here suggested otherwise.

    Emperor of Ansalon

  • The mainte - nance of the status quo was vital, and they regarded the programmatic revisionists as its disturbers.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • It must not be assumed that, even so, the mainte - nance of the equilibrium was necessarily regarded as the object of policy.

    BALANCE OF POWER

  • In com - munist countries Buddhist orders have been tolerated, although the lands once owned by them have been confiscated; still some expenses for their mainte - nance are met by the communist governments in China,

    BUDDHISM

  • Apart from these basic requirements for the mainte - nance of a proper relationship between Yahweh and

    SIN AND SALVATION

  • The mainte - nance of a general system of coercion in society no doubt psychologically sustains feelings of obligation, but statements of obligation are not simply statements of the probability that coercion will be applied.

    CONCEPT OF LAW

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