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  • That compares with a 4.4% rise in the pre vious quarter.

    Sainsbury's Sales Rise

  • In pre vious month its sales declined or grew at lower rates than other auto makers.

    U.S. Car Sales Climbed 20% in April

  • It was a ploy so ob - vious that only a fool should fall for it-and he hoped to make a fool of the enemy Citizens.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • The pre - vious day, Phineas had watched a team of kender workmen replace the sign over a public square.


  • Woodrow and Winnie lay in the shadows on the far side of the pillars, still asleep this morning after the pre - vious night's delicious meal of marinated, grilled chicken, fresh, boiled turnips, bread pudding, and home-brewed ale.


  • This is a pretty ob-vious ob-servation, but I am reminded yet again of the kinship between James Dean and Johnny Depp.

    James Dean — Driving PSA | clusterflock

  • It makes pre-vious music players look like yard-sale 1950s sci-fi toys.

    Mac Music

  • Mac Namara with summed their appondage, da, da, of Sire Jeallyous Seizer, that gamely torskmester,1 with his duo of druidesses in ready money rompers2 and the tryonforit of Oxthie-vious, Lapidous and Malthouse Anthemy.

    Finnegans Wake

  • Somewhere, parently, in the ginnandgo gap between antedilu-vious and annadominant the copyist must have fled with his scroll.

    Finnegans Wake

  • He had made the journey in less than two weeks, a re - freshing enough adventure until the derro skirmish the pre - vious night.

    Flint, the King


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