twenty-four-hour love

twenty-four-hour

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  • Just now—I mean, they called the twenty-four-hour hotline.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • Just now—I mean, they called the twenty-four-hour hotline.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • Just now—I mean, they called the twenty-four-hour hotline.

    Double Dealer: Crime Scene Investigation

  • “Feline Communications Commission regulations require me to state that if you were sent this cat in error or if you do not wish to receive any further cats from us in the future, you may call our twenty-four-hour toll-free number, 866-666-1313, to have your name deleted from our tabbyfax database.”

    The Dick Cheney Code

  • “Feline Communications Commission regulations require me to state that if you were sent this cat in error or if you do not wish to receive any further cats from us in the future, you may call our twenty-four-hour toll-free number, 866-666-1313, to have your name deleted from our tabbyfax database.”

    The Dick Cheney Code

  • “Feline Communications Commission regulations require me to state that if you were sent this cat in error or if you do not wish to receive any further cats from us in the future, you may call our twenty-four-hour toll-free number, 866-666-1313, to have your name deleted from our tabbyfax database.”

    The Dick Cheney Code

  • “Feline Communications Commission regulations require me to state that if you were sent this cat in error or if you do not wish to receive any further cats from us in the future, you may call our twenty-four-hour toll-free number, 866-666-1313, to have your name deleted from our tabbyfax database.”

    The Dick Cheney Code

  • In Casey, for example, the Court held that a twenty-four-hour waiting period for abortions is not an undue burden and therefore is constitutional.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • We are addressing a recurrent twenty-four-hour revolution.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • After a twenty-four-hour journey from Philadelphia to Nagoya, I looked more like cargo than human in sweatpants, a loose T-shirt, rumpled cardigan, and baseball cap hiding the hair matted to my head.

    Welcome to My World

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