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  • Sometimes, I really wonder if the powers that be at TPM are going to color the pages black, and call for three days of mourning when Hillary is finally refected.

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  • Duncan sitting on the window sill in the bathroom with the light behind him, refected on a shower door.

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  • THE SUM OF ITS PARTSFetal tissue is fast growing, adaptable and unlikely to be refected by a patient's immune system.

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  • I am sure you have read Brad DeLong's criticism of HRC's managerial style--and that style is refected in her pedagogy.

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  • The company reported net income of $132.7 million, compared with a year-earlier net loss of $75.5 million that refected a reduction in gold sales and spending on an option program.

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  • As much as some here would like to say that after two years of campaigning they don't know what Obama is for (the irony of people using the internet to discuss Obama's policies while his website, which has a list of his policies, is just a couple of clicks away can be refected apon by others) a lot of others do.

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  • As far as diet staples are concerned, India can be divided more or less horizontally across it's middle: the upper half or Northern India eats wheat as its staple carb, refected in the wonderful North Indian breads such as puris, parathas and naans.

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  • I'm sure the terror in his face was also empathically refected by the actual IT expert sat watching in BBC News Centre reception thinking: Hey this is my story, I'll be on in a minute, they'll come and get me...who the HECK is that!

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  • I'm sure the terror in his face was also empathically refected by the actual IT expert sat watching in BBC News Centre reception thinking: Hey this is my story, I'll be on in a minute, they'll come and get me...who the HECK is that!

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  • I found that my favorite COH characters always refected a some internal hero-quality in myself.

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