well-populated love

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  • Even if you had divorced Catherine and married her, she still would only have been one among many in your affections; your heart is a well-populated country.

    Exit the Actress

  • Even if you had divorced Catherine and married her, she still would only have been one among many in your affections; your heart is a well-populated country.

    Exit the Actress

  • But Romney almost definitely lost Iowa and perhaps Colorado because turnout in well-populated Romney strongholds was down, while turnout in counties in which Romney fared poorly was up.

    How much low turnout hurts Mitt Romney now – and in November | Harry J Enten

  • A planning document left up on the net drew my attention with a sentence it contained: "With virtually all FM channels in well-populated areas already assigned, the only option is to obtain outlets from those who already have them, including commercial, religious, and educational broadcasters outside the public radio system."

    Tracy Rosenberg: College Radio: You Will Be Assimilated

  • One of the difficulties in improving quality has been that practices in well-populated areas are in effect guaranteed patients because at the moment, people have to register near their home.

    Patients can choose GP near work or school under trial scheme

  • A planning document left up on the net drew my attention with a sentence it contained: "With virtually all FM channels in well-populated areas already assigned, the only option is to obtain outlets from those who already have them, including commercial, religious, and educational broadcasters outside the public radio system."

    Tracy Rosenberg: College Radio: You Will Be Assimilated

  • East is very pleasant, and seems well-populated even in these hard times.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • But for those of us who need a little assurance about what we're paying into these days, hopefully we have some preserved acres and well-populated fly-ways as our answer.

    (Trying to) Feel Good About Tax Day

  • A planning document left up on the net drew my attention with a sentence it contained: "With virtually all FM channels in well-populated areas already assigned, the only option is to obtain outlets from those who already have them, including commercial, religious, and educational broadcasters outside the public radio system."

    Tracy Rosenberg: College Radio: You Will Be Assimilated

  • But for those of us who need a little assurance about what we're paying into these days, hopefully we have some preserved acres and well-populated fly-ways as our answer.

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