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  • If people thought we were haters, it would only be a matterof time.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The great man himself claimed to be well in his 90s, but that's a matterof furious academic debate - click here for more.

    Cameron gets all the best dividing lines in PMQs

  • He hesitated for the barest instant before he answered matterof factly, “No, not very much.”

    Sudden Rain

  • The government is hoping that the reclassification decision, after referring the matterof Misuse of Drugs to the advisory council will bring down the use of Cannibis especially amongst youths who have been shown to be the biggest users of the drug.

    Cannabis Crackdown Leads to Re-Classification

  • I finkso we can send it tomorro? input on dis matterof timing and/or anyfing is preeshiatid; Picardness: letmeshowyouit

    DIS mak dem - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • His advice concerning the latest French demands had not been sought or even, as a matterof courtesy, asked.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • Whether he went so far as to tell Prince Orlov that the nobility of Russia was not worthy tobe spit upon, or whether he contented himself with the observation that true nobility did not exist in Russia, is a matterof dispute; but it was shortly afterwards arranged by the Tsar that the Grand Duke should undertake an extended naval cruisein the Mediterranean.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • His advice concerning the latest French demands had not been sought or even, as a matterof courtesy, asked.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

  • As such, it is just a matterof when (notif) before Bush (who answers to Cheney) will pardon Libby and it most likely will be during the July Independence day recess or the Summer Congressional recess in early August ~ which is when most ofthe Cheney/Bushdirty work is done (Bolton appointment to the UN is a classic example)

    BUSH WILL PARDON LIBBY WITHIN SIX WEEKS

  • Whether he went so far as to tell Prince Orlov that the nobility of Russia was not worthy tobe spit upon, or whether he contented himself with the observation that true nobility did not exist in Russia, is a matterof dispute; but it was shortly afterwards arranged by the Tsar that the Grand Duke should undertake an extended naval cruisein the Mediterranean.

    FORGE OF EMPIRES 1861-1871

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