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  • I think this story is perfect for an episode 4, assuming the original trilogy woulde have to move down the number line.

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  • For most of us, the tax increase necessary to support this would be about the same as the cost of healthcare that we or our employers woulde no longer need to pay.

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  • A new Ghost Rider woulde need a new Ghost Rider, Cage just doesn't fit. adampoole cage was really good in the film, perfect balance of his humor and his seriousness

    Ghost Rider Sequel/Reboot Still Under Consideration | /Film

  • You honestly believe that if the Supreme Court overturned, say, New Deal precedent, that over a course of 10 years, we woulde have a society without, say, a federal labor law, minimum wage law, or civil rights law.

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  • I woulde say which means I will say thanke you for your continued or nascent interest in yours truly!

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  • Reply: We live in a climate of fear and most people woulde be afraid to offer to hold the baby because they might get accused of trying to kidnap her.

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  • And want of duty to them woulde have been to have added faulte too faulte: as you once observed, I remember, that one faulte never comes alone, but drawes after itt generally five or six, to hide or vindicate itt, and they every one perhapps as many more eache.

    Pamela

  • You woulde have resented itt, and Mr.B. (who knows?) mought have called me to account.

    Pamela

  • But I was willin to show you, that I wulde plessure you in advarsity, if advarsity be your lott, as well as prosperity; for I am none of those that woulde doe otherwiss.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • By which occasion, an ancient knight, named Signior Neri degli Uberti; forsaking then the City, with all his family and great store of wealth, woulde live under any other obedience, then the awful power or command of King Charles.

    The Decameron

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