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  • n. Plural form of pendent.


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  • The message is strongest with older women and seniors and with inde-pendents.

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  • And yes, this response will go largely unnoticed, except for serious pendents and the hardcore party regulars that are currently hanging off every word from the two campaigns.

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  • If she is elected, Ind pendents and Republicans WILL vote Republican.

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  • Both shops have great sea glass pendents, among other wonderful sea glass jewelry.

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  • She happened upon a woman that would take old jewelry and recreate miscellaneous items into beautiful new pendents and pins from the old.

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  • The ring works particularly well with our signature pendents, but also makes an amazing stand-alone conversation piece.

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  • Or Q:"In the Nickolodeon game show Legends of the Hidden Temple, what were the pendents for?"

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  • Keman says they are slowly bringing in their families and de-pendents to join the encampment, and some of them have been saying it's safer than hiding in the wilderness.


  • I've dealt with about every kind of mechanical the cyberneticists have created, from military-police models down to broadcast inde-pendents with enough brains to translate ancient texts for you.

    The Black Hole

  • It was found to contain objects of the "Stone" age, a number of jade celts from four to sixteen inches long, some perforated beads and pendents for a necklace, and there were traces of burnt bones.

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