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  • The difference between the regional parties and national parties in india is not notional! do u agree? is hindutva not vote bank? how come hindutva and vote bank are different? is it correct to call modi - western? is it insult to indian culture?

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  • The difference between the regional parties and national parties in india is not notional! do u agree? is hindutva not vote bank? how come hindutva and vote bank are different? is it correct to call modi - western? is it insult to indian culture?

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • The daal looks perect with the tempering and all...nice entry for Bri..why the name "modi"?

    Yellow MoDi Daal for dear Bri & Click

  • Poison thallium sulfate was a favorite, or shotgun from rented helicopters and small planes, or sharpshooters from open pickup windows were the preferred modi operandi.

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  • Poison thallium sulfate was a favorite, or shotgun from rented helicopters and small planes, or sharpshooters from open pickup windows were the preferred modi operandi.

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  • Kabir un gran signore, nobile di animo e di modi, una grande e rispettosa educazione ed un ottimo attore, dalla fisicit al dash stesso prepotente ed elegante!

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  • Poison thallium sulfate was a favorite, or shotgun from rented helicopters and small planes, or sharpshooters from open pickup windows were the preferred modi operandi.

    Bird Cloud

  • Poison thallium sulfate was a favorite, or shotgun from rented helicopters and small planes, or sharpshooters from open pickup windows were the preferred modi operandi.

    Bird Cloud

  • Imagine the sips of dry sherry that went into finding an opening entry that began with "Aa," — Peter van der Aa, Dutch publisher of Erasmus — or the learned discussion as to whether Pietro Aretino, who published "16 modi, or ways of copulation," with sonnets to match in 1524-25, was truly the pioneer of the dirty book.

    The Bible of Bibliomania

  • Imagine the sips of dry sherry that went into finding an opening entry that began with "Aa," — Peter van der Aa, Dutch publisher of Erasmus — or the learned discussion as to whether Pietro Aretino, who published "16 modi, or ways of copulation," with sonnets to match in 1524-25, was truly the pioneer of the dirty book.

    The Bible of Bibliomania

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