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  • It was called planto aphrodisia, the plant of Venus.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • [Hissecret planto use the swine flu pandemic as a manufactured excuse for removing democracy there has just gotten exposed.]

    OpEdNews - Diary: Uh-oh EU

  • On Friday, September 2, just five days after the levees broke, under the command of President Bushs two senior political advisers, the White House rolled out a planto contain the political damage from the administrations response to Hurricane Katrina.28 Of course, just hours before was the first time George Bush had seen for himself the damage Katrina caused.

    40 More Years

  • Then there was his planto charge folk on benefits 27% interest per yearon emergency loans, currently free, when the BoE are slashing interest rates to 2%.

    Why is James Purnell MP such a tosser?

  • Then there was his planto charge folk on benefits 27% interest per yearon emergency loans, currently free.

    James Purnell - Soap dodging scum.

  • For example, this blog's tagline "Technologies that make life wonderful" becomes "Technologos ut planto vita mirus".

    Translate your personal motto into Latin

  • Amajor studylast year by thePoverty Task Force ofthe Center for American Progress (CAP) took a look at the extent of poverty andoutlined a pragmatic planto reduce it byhalf over the next 10 years.

    New Initiative and Websites Help Fight Poverty

  • Seemingly oblivious to thepublic's anger, they planto pay bonusesas usual this year.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • This of course could be another planto win over the American voters.

    Sunday’s Breakfast Menu, Oct. 26 - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • Congress last night came up with a bailout planto present to the House today for possible vote, and then to the Senate on Wednesday.

    Morning Buzz: Deal of a Lifetime

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