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  • In 2004 H.R. 339 was a bill Kirk favored to shielf the fast food industry against lawsuits.

    If You Eat, There is No Reason to Support Mark Kirk

  • As a shielf from the terrible purity of Singer's vision, I'll look to the corruption that comes from interconnectedness.

    Philocrites: February 2003 Archives

  • The measure, meant to shielf taxpayers from the cost of solving financial crises, would tax the banks according to the size of the balance sheets.

    Fore, right!

  • The invisibleSHIELD by ZAGG is created from a 0.2 mm thick scratch-proof material that comes custom-cut to shielf the full body of all the new iPod models, wrapping the complete iPod in a protective layer without affecting the usability of buttons or touch-screen functions.

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  • Another misspeling. Shiet!

    November 23, 2008