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I guess you cannot harm your own people if enough brave people turn any potential violence into a prolongated mini drama.. on camera. it was wonderful to behold.
Student activity that was not calculated to run a very long course became very long and prolongated because of two reasons.
In that sense, it can be important that Keith Richards copyrights are prolongated…
As the Papacy had created and maintained a divided Italy, as it had opposed itself to every successive prospect of unification, so it survived the extinction of Italian independence, and lent its aid to that imperial tyranny whereby the disunion of the nation was confirmed and prolongated till the present century.
Democrats are preparing for a prolongated battle with Republicans, who have sworn to use every tactic possible to delay the passage of a massive bill they say they have been allowed no say in crafting.
Certain she was cutting too deep, Jen haltingly prolongated Rose’s incision, looking up periodically for encouragement from Sherry, who happily obliged her.