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  • It's good, and it's going to be the ex-perience of my life.

    Q&A: Washington Capitals center Nicklas Backstrom

  • The boy told of his ex - perience among the wolves, and of the adventure with the dragon.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • "He ... incorporated Johnson's ex-perience," wrote scholar B.H. Bronson, "and shared ... that indomitable spirit."

    'This Has Been Surreal'

  • That said- a valid reason is not that “Barack has no experience” because he does have ex-perience.

    Obama Likes the Sound of Silence - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Many Jewish leaders think the community needs to find a way to bring, in the words of one New York rabbi, "the Jewish ex-perience to America."

    A Dangerous Place

  • He always emphasized that he was a "disciple of ex-perience," a man "without book learning."

    The Drawings Of a Master

  • The least of my fighters has four years of combat ex-perience'the best of yours can't possibly have more than one.

    Elvenborn

  • But it took more than that to stay alive over the front, It took ckill, courage, ex - perience, and a whole basketful of that most precious of commodi - ties, luck.

    Ilse Witch

  • He was close enough to the boar to smell it, not a pleasant ex - perience, but it meant he would likely have a shot at it soon.

    Ilse Witch

  • B-sides include a fabulous live track featuring the infamous Mark E. Smith (The Fall) on stage at the Monarch with the E.perience! doing a version of the Stooges

    The Fall

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