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  • pronoun Common misspelling of themselves.

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Examples

  • America's leaders still can't find it in themselfs to elect an African American.

    Pelosi prepared to 'step in' to end race

  • Yet, delusions of being bought off to a higher life style, they produce a theatre of smear tatics and call themselfs Gods.

    Rule Upon Rule, Expression of the Lord,

  • Yet, delusions of being bought off to a higher life style, they produce a theatre of smear tatics and call themselfs Gods.

    Rule upon Rule, Todays world from Prophecy Watch

  • You see the Republicans should call themselfs the do as I say not as I do party.

    Cafferty File

  • Probably an act from some idiots that call themselfs fans of Ajax.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Probably an act from some idiots that call themselfs fans of Ajax.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Athena Skoulariki a professor of sociology at the University of Crete said; The people of Macedonia have the right to name themselfs Macedonian, in the 19th and 20th century there was a wider geogaphical area called Macedonia, before Greece existed.

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  • Athena Skoulariki a professor of sociology at the University of Crete said; The people of Macedonia have the right to name themselfs Macedonian, in the 19th and 20th century there was a wider geogaphical area called Macedonia, before Greece existed.

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  • the palis call themselfs "arabs" so they say they came from arabia.

    The Guardian World News

  • Down goes the buisnes and the libs all pat themselfs on the back.

    Rendell, Daniels assess economic recovery

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