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  • Hilary should look self in the miror and explain self how she have scrude up, and get back to us who once upoon time were willing to support her!!!!! obamacrat

    Clinton chastises press for ignoring sexism

  • When John McCain looks in the miror, he not only sees the enemy, but the person most responsible for his “bad luck.”

    McCain can’t catch a break

  • Ever hold up a small miror so that it bisects a picture of a supermodel's face?

    I Am Highly Specialized: The Right Tool For the Right Job

  • Some are troubled in that they are obscure; others by being traduced, slandered, abused, disgraced, vilified, or any way injured: minime miror eos (as he said) qui insanire occipiunt ex injuria, I marvel not at all if offences make men mad.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Thank goodness there aren't any people or political groups in the United States that miror Sarkozy's thinking.

    Frenchness.

  • I went to the bathroom and studied my face in the miror.

    haloaskew Diary Entry

  • When a miror has been broken, shattered pieces scattered on the ground

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • My mother, sitting at her dressing table, combing her hair, crying to her face in the miror THE KITCHEN GOD'S WIFE,

    The Kitchen God's wife

  • Horace; from Propertius compare II iii 33 'haec ego nunc _mirer si_ flagret nostra iuuentus?' and from Ovid _Her_ X 105 'non equidem _miror si_ stat uictoria tecum' and _Tr_ I ix 21 'saeua neque _admiror_ metuunt

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = 'Impress'; compare _Her_ V 81 'non ego miror opes, nec me tua regia tangit', _Her_ VI 113, _Her_ VII 11, _Met_ IV 639, _Met_ X

    The Last Poems of Ovid

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