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  • verb Present participle of quote.


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  • I wrote the story for OhmyNews and apologise for the mistake in quoting from a blog not written by the journalist Ali Fadhil detained by US troops.

    Reporting in Baghdad « BuzzMachine

  • Gardner Campbell writes with stunning eloquence about those moments in class when teaching becomes what he calls quoting CS Lewis a "solemn romp."

    The Readiness is All

  • The report Clouthier is quoting comes from a British tabloid, not from an American publication that might have engaged in some actual fact-checking of the kind Clouthier seems to be unfamiliar with.

    Terry Krepel: Tell the Truth! (But Not When It Hurts Brent Bozell's Agenda)

  • I mean, you're going to have conservative right wing audience who, you know, is quoting from the Bible and thinks its an abomination.

    'Essence' Explores Race, Same-Gender Love

  • Kids learn how to write "creative writing" essays, quoting from a range of sources to make their point.

    Lawrence Lessig: The "Imbecile" and "Moron" Responds: On the Freedoms of Remix Creators

  • Mr. Yglesias is really scraping the bottom of the barrel in quoting anything by antisemitic goatfucking pissant Steven Walt.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Valentine From Steven Walt

  • Matt Continetti finds Sarah Palin quoting Plato, but notes in passing that the line is “perhaps apocryphal”:

    Maybe It Was Dana Plato?

  • Trudeau argued that he was merely quoting from the book, which describes the diet as “easy to do,” and also states that dieters in the final phase can eat “anything you want, as much as you want, as often as you want.”

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • Her article is very impartial in quoting netizens 'questions and keeps repeating her bias, upholding Dalai Lama.

    Global Voices in English » China: Dialogue with Anti-CNN

  • And to quote the immortal Ernie Harwell, who called Tiger baseball for 42 years and as he began his first spring training broadcast quoting from the Song of Solomon 2: 11-12: For lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; the flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtle is heard in our land.

    Opening Day


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