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  • Damn this looks good, but I can't help but wonder if they aren't just trying to cash in on the recent upsurgence of vampires.

    Stephen King Writes 'American Vampire' Comic

  • That is all that the upsurgence of Stalinizm is Security even at the cost of LibertyRobertoQuote

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Stalin’s Grandson Sues Russian Newspaper, Claiming It Defamed Stalin

  • That joyful upsurgence in the hearts of so many millions of people represented a recognition of that spiritual victory, the night you won the election, the release of a spiritual force, long pent up, the recognition that the hope you offer had dispelled the despair and dread brought over our spirits by your predecessor.

    Barack, Blow on the Embers

  • There has been a strange upsurgence of dastardly Tory Trolls at Labour Home as, for example, Will Parbury scolds Cam for giving in to greedy Shadow Cabinet moonlighters who refuse point blank to concentrate on either being proper constituency MPs or proper Shadow Mimicsters.

    Middle Classes Tell Cam: Sod Off, We're In It For The Money

  • One of the big stories from the presidential campaign in recent days has been the upsurgence of ugly, hate-filled energy at the rallies of McCain and Palin.

    The Spores of Evil

  • In the picture, a tree pushes its flowering branches across open rolling slopes, suggesting by its fresh upsurgence the exquisite emotions stirring in Radha's and Krishna's hearts.

    The Loves of Krishna in Indian Painting and Poetry

  • According to the Biblical account, the flood of Noah was caused by a forty day rain that was accompanied by an upsurgence of subterranean waters.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Bible the flood of Noah was caused by a forty day rain that was accompanied by an upsurgence of subterranean waters.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • Current revision as of 00: 54, 4 March 2009 flood of Noah was caused by a forty day rain that was accompanied by an upsurgence of subterranean waters lasting for one hundred and fifty days.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • According to the Biblical account, the flood of Noah was caused by a forty day rain that was accompanied by an upsurgence of subterranean waters lasting for one hundred and fifty days.

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

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