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  • It seemed for the moment possible that all thirteen states would be in the new-formed nation by late July or early August.

    Ratification

  • At that point, the question became whether a state would join the new-formed United States or leave the union and become, in effect, an independent nation.

    Ratification

  • It seemed for the moment possible that all thirteen states would be in the new-formed nation by late July or early August.

    Ratification

  • All new-formed ones become antiquated before they can ossify. . .

    Scott Westerfeld: Uglies Quartet

  • It seemed for the moment possible that all thirteen states would be in the new-formed nation by late July or early August.

    Ratification

  • At that point, the question became whether a state would join the new-formed United States or leave the union and become, in effect, an independent nation.

    Ratification

  • At that point, the question became whether a state would join the new-formed United States or leave the union and become, in effect, an independent nation.

    Ratification

  • All fixed, fast-frozen relations, with their train of ancient and venerable prejudices and opinions are swept away, all new-formed ones become antiquated before they can ossify.

    Still Waiting For Lefty

  • You have Fred Karger to thank for starters since he filed the complaint under the auspices of the new-formed organization:

    Proposition 8…Mormon Church being probed by California State Agency for potential wrong-doing! « Julian Ayrs & Pop Culture

  • But then, ding dang, the lead singer has to get off the bus, leaving the rest of the new-formed duo headed down to Sixth Street or East Twelfth for two hours of musical intoxication.

    When the Dixie Chicks Came Home to Roost

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