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  • I would have felt better with Starbuck disappearing as she jumped the ship rather than peacing out on Earth.

    Open Thread: #422-423 Daybreak Part 2

  • The wispy strands that distinguish Gainsborough's strokes meet in a cohesive and neat form to display Pitt, who devoted himself to peacing together a neat infrastructure of government out of the surrounding chaos.

    Righty and Lefty

  • Someone at the Minnesota Book Awards even told me she looooved my blog the old one, of course, all those posts about peacing out with organic green tea warm in my cute Korean celadon tea brewer.

    Blog Identity Theft, or Just Erasure?

  • Party/police patrols as a separate force from the proposed peace corps and national peacing keeping force in East Rand townships.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Conan O'Brien is peacing out on "The Tonight Show" on January 22.

  • Finally, as we write these final words before peacing out for Spring Break, we'd like to impart some words of wisdom.

    Stories from The Sun

  • During the Q&A section of his address to the US Chamber of Commerce, after being asked (circa 3: 50) about threats to smaller banks, the D-man said he'd prefer to go back to a previous question about compensation, and the problems it poses re: employees peacing.


  • At one point they're talking about watching the Titanic or the Sound of Music and Whitney just cuts them off to tell them she's peacing out.


  • After painstakingly peacing bits and pieces of information about the company owners we were able to locate their personal information such as names, addresses, personal phones and even SS#'s.


  • Cyrus also admits she liked reading other star's posts, including Britney Spears and Katy Perry, but adds "I'm peacing-out and I'm leaving with this, ha goodbye."

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