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  • When ill, the prisoners of war are allowed to go to a civilian doctor who also gives urgen dental care.

    Work Camp 1735 L

  • Dr. Hay ' s focus is biodiversity, an issue that has become urgen.

    In the Depths of Aquarius

  • "As a [fill in race, religion, gender here] I find your article offensive, urgen gurgen flurgen."

    you flatter me, doctor

  • But while wildlife must be safeguarded there are now other urgen ...

    Nikolas Kozloff: Copenhagen and Brazilian Megalomania

  • 'Nangi-san,' Kusunda Ikusa began, 'Nami wishes to speak with you concerning a matter of the utmost urgen-cy.'

    The White Ninja

  • Although we retained our theoretical reservations about its effectiveness, these reservations in the very presence of the chain, seemed to my relief, less alarming and more tenuous and abstract, than they had in the urgen discussion which had taken place in the tavern of Tasdron.

    Rogue Of Gor

  • What would happen if the Republic of Mongolia decided to attack the People's Republic of China? my son passport expires on jul. 25th this yr. will the indian embassy still issue him visa for apr. 8. its urgen?

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions

  • Rather than closing out things in a settled resolution, they tend to open things out, always in fresh and deep question and urgen invitation.


  • While Glover explained that the most urgen needs on his list are infrastructure and public safety, Briane Kilmeade asked about the three millino dollars Glover wants for three water parks, plus eight Harley Davidson motorcycles for police.


  • MORE ON THE POLITICIZATION OF SCIENCE: I had thought ending that was a matter of fierce moral urgen



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