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  • The Clintons - both of them - would be reinvestigated and revetted and all the skeletons would be dredged up again.

    CNN Poll: Majority of Dems want Clinton to be VP

  • But it's not, and she hasn't even begun to be revetted.

    Hillary Adviser Sid Blumenthal: Public Doesn't See McCain As Continuation Of Bush

  • It's fairly obvious that Palin was vetted early in the process (remember McCain won enough delegates to clinch early in the cycle, so he had lots of time to pick a VP), but was revetted (incrementally vetted?) right before she was named his candidate.

    "Perhaps Governor Palin, realizing that and trying to minimize her own humiliation in coming days, should withdraw before she is nominated..."

  • The wells, inside and outside the enclosure, are nine; three stone-revetted, and the rest mere pits in the inchoate modern sandstone.

    The Land of Midian

  • Cap the whole with the mighty double quoin of gypseous Jebel el-Kharaj, buttressing the eastern flank of its valley, and with the low, dark metal-revetted hills of the Kalb el-Nakhlah, a copy of the Fahísát.

    The Land of Midian

  • The walls are of rubble masonry and mud, revetted with a coating of cement hard as stone, and mixed with small round pebbles. 18 Near it is

    First footsteps in East Africa

  • Close to the north-west is the other, revetted with cut stone, and measuring six metres in diameter.

    The Land of Midian

  • The modern wells, like those of the Haurán, are rudely revetted pits in a bald and shiny bit of clay-plain below the principal block of ruins: only one in the dozen holds water, and that has been made Wahsh

    The Land of Midian

  • Of the six wells, revetted with masonry and resembling in all points those of Ziba, four, including El – Tawílah, the deepest, supply brackish water; and the same is the case with a fifth inside the fort, close to the chapel of his Holiness, Shaykh

    The Land of Midian

  • Presently the quartz made way for long lines and broad patches of a yellow-white, heat-altered clay, often revetted with iron, and passably aping the nobler rock: from one reef I picked up what appeared to be trachyte, white like that of Shaghab.

    The Land of Midian

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