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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of spelunk.
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Ira Stoll spelunks a now-humorous 2006 quote from the Harvard Law School professor who held Elena Kagan's job under Ronald Reagan.
As he spelunks deeper and deeper into The Heart of the Island of His Despicable Soul, vote for your favorite Despicable Me-ness below.
NB Tory Lady however, really spelunks new lows of atrocious design in every conceivable respect.
Lance Mannion, risking his sanity on our behalf, spelunks the inner psyche of Ann Coulter and records the deafening roar of her moral and intellectual vacuity.
In which Mike Fahey spelunks like he's never spelunked before.
Such is the alpha and omega of Robert J. Sawyer’s latest novel Rollback, which spelunks the scientific, social and ethical implications of the technological age we’re entering right now, in which medical advances in surgery, tissue regeneration, stem cell application, gene therapy and nano-technology will allow the rolling-back of physical age.