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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of retrieve.


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  • Makoto Yukimura is the creator of Planetes, published in English by Tokyopop though effectively out of print as it was among the titles Kodansha retrieved from the publisher.

    License request day: Vinland Saga

  • A finders/keepers concept may not apply to property retrieved from the park land ….

    Strange Find in Ohio « Scavenging

  • Though over 12,000 1873-CC dimes with no arrows were minted, most were apparently destroyed after passage of the Act. Some scholars speculate that the lone survivor was retrieved from a 1874 Assay Commission meeting by Mint Superintendent Archibald Loudon Snowden; the coin provenance has been traced from Snowden to famed collector Louis Eliasberg, Sr. (sold from that collection in the late 1990s).

    Liberty Seated Dime, Obverse Legend, 1860-1891 : Coin Guide

  • Nothing retrieved from the pond ever linked Hatfill, or anyone else, to the murders.

    The Wrong Man

  • I still use a stone retrieved from the summit as a paperweight in my office.

    grimpette - French Word-A-Day

  • This photo was retrieved from a digital camera Harris-Moore nabbed from a Mercedes he had also stolen.

    Boing Boing

  • And can the lad band's legions of fans be retrieved from the diaspora?

    Brother (No 880)

  • Great to hear that there is at least some good that can be retrieved from the dismal lives of the scumderclass. on February 25, 2010 at 9: 13 am kKop

    The Inside Story of the Dog Who Changed My Life « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • "Our investigators have taken the evidence that was retrieved from the crime scene in 1977 and are meeting with the crime lab to see if they can extract some DNA that matches that of Edwards," Hete said.

    Ohio police: Man confesses to 1977 cold-case double homicde

  • He reached into the machine with the expectation of cool tasty relief, but what he retrieved from the bowels of the mechanical hell-beast was a bottle of Coke that was so f'ng hot he could barely maintain his grip.

    115F Degree Ice-Cold Coca-Cola - The Consumerist


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