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  • They all play together in some kind of stange neighbourhood way and she understands (even at 6) most of the arguments your neice does.

    The Good, The Bad, and The Bratz | Her Bad Mother

  • They all play together in some kind of stange neighbourhood way and she understands even at 6 most of the arguments your neice does.

    The Good, The Bad, and The Bratz

  • This would be a stange world if we all ageed all the time, so don't we surprised when the managers of this forum try to maintain a forum that ALL, even school children can enjoy, when researching information.

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  • There were triple suns that revolved slowly about one another -- stange as it may seem -- in perfect trihedral symmetry.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • It's hard to believe we've seen the last of the stange bedfellows as this continues to heat up, though no one can provide a cogent reason why it actually NEEDS to heat up ...

    Poll: Indiana Primary A Statistical Tie

  • Horsefeathers is under the stange apprehension that The New Yorker caters to moisturizing metrosexuals, and that previous presidents shrouded their gender orientation in androgynous ambiguity.

    Horse Hockey: James Wolcott

  • And to think that there are even people who find it stange that Putin now aims rockets at Poland.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • The terrain is as stange as it is spectacular -- it feels to me like we are on the moon, only it is crystal white and more beautiful.

    Bruce Cohen: Greetings from The Arctic Circle

  • Over by the head, a friendly young man in his 20's, intrigued by this ridiculous looking fur covered trio of stange white people arriving at their dead whale at 12: 30 in the morning and rumored to be from Hollywood, shows me the whale's brain and the two ear drums.

    Bruce Cohen: Greetings from The Arctic Circle

  • If time, as stange as it seems to us, really had a different “essence” we would logically expect that using time as a simple spacelike dimension in GR would affect the predictive capacity of the concept - and it does not.

    Incompatible Arrows, IV: F. Scott Fitzgerald

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