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  • And he kind of refired his acquaintanceship with Alger and Priscilla Hiss.

    The Forgotten Memoir of John Knox: A Year in the Life of a Supreme Court Clerk in FDR�s Washington

  • More importantly, it has refired my enthusiasm to make a difference which, of late, ahd been waning a bit.

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  • More importantly, it has refired my enthusiasm to make a difference which, of late, ahd been waning a bit.

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  • Mr.Z. is suddenly fired to make room for syndicated raunchmeister Tom Leykis, then is quickly rehired when listener complaints get Leykis's program taken off the air … then is refired a week later when the station juggles its schedule again.

    Host

  • Mr.Z. is suddenly fired to make room for syndicated raunchmeister Tom Leykis, then is quickly rehired when listener complaints get Leykis's program taken off the air … then is refired a week later when the station juggles its schedule again.

    Host

  • Working with young gymnasts whetted her appetite for competition and refired her Olympic dream.

    USATODAY.com - Gymnast rekindles old Olympic dream in adopted country

  • Glass that is heated, cooled, and then refired so that many small lines appear in it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Glass that is heated, cooled, and then refired so that many small lines appear in it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Glass that is heated, cooled, and then refired so that many small lines appear in it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Glass that is heated, cooled, and then refired so that many small lines appear in it.

    HOME COMFORTS

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