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  • Syracuse has a large harbor and sailors were always moving heavy crates onand off the ships.

    Five Cool Inventions by Archimedes | myFiveBest

  • Knowing the trip would now take longer than the weekend we had planned, I agreed to stay onand help herwhile Jim and Brian returned home.

    2008 June « Becca’s Byline

  • In 80% of the stories, these hunters waited several seconds to react because: Sheer shockNot knowing what was going onand ... the only thing they had to fight back with was a gun ... which not only allowed more time for the bear to chew on their buddy but also there was significant anxiety to fear of shooting the friend and missing the bear altogether ...

    Be Careful in Bear Country

  • Obama have just won the race to the white house and i dont know Mrs Clinton is going onand on all because she is Clinton?

    Angry Clinton supporters tell party leaders: 'Let's go McCain!'

  • Knowing the trip would now take longer than the weekend we had planned, I agreed to stay onand help herwhile Jim and Brian returned home.

    By the Handful

  • A light bulb is suddenly going to go onand the wheels of "Change" will begin.

    After January 20th

  • A light bulb is suddenly going to go onand the wheels of "Change" will begin.

    After January 20th

  • Even after a persons physical body gives out, the spirit that made them who they are lives onand becomes part of Solara.

    The Soldiers of Halla

  • In short, people can give a lot of advice in the final analysis the only thing that counts is the decision that Obama makes, the policies he advocates takes a stand onand the direction he leads in.

    Obama Opposes Libby Pardon

  • A light bulb is suddenly going to go onand the wheels of "Change" will begin.

    After January 20th

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