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  • Péttitt and Sénnett (= sénate house) than in ordinary words: - séxed rhymes with néxt téxt coùldn't. *shùdənt shoùldn't. *wùdənt wôn't. *házzənt hásn't. *wózzənt ẁasn't. *dúzzənt dòesn't. *ízzənt ísn't. *åwtənt ŏughtn't. *mússənt mústn't

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  • A certain atmosphere of breathless and unexplainable dread of outer, unknown forces must be present; and there must be a hint, expressed with a seriousness and portentousness becoming its subject, of that most terrible conception of the human brain-a malign and particular suspension or defeat of those fi xed laws of Nature which are our only safeguard against the assaults of chaos and daemons of unplumbed space.

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  • Tens of thousands of Soviet scientists spent decades trying to weaponize pathogens, with mi xed results.

    Gains in Bioscience Cause Terror Fears

  • Instead of collaborating with each other to ensure the best prospects for us all, we pursue short- term advantages over seemingly fixed resources through which we can compete more effectively against one another.

    Douglas Rushkoff - Life Inc: Introduction

  • On the one hand it is stated that the radiative forcing RF is estimated allowing for stratospheric temperatures to readjust to radiative equilibrium, but with surface and tropospheric temperatures and state held fixed at the unperturbed values.

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  • Riggi bought it in a cash deal and dropped it off with? xed-up tags.

    'City of the Sun'

  • Blair is a little traitor and is already xed out of people's minds.

    Blair Must Stand Up to the Iranian Terrorists

  • “Stratton had Tess McAuliffe killed,” Ellie said, eyes fi xed on him.


  • He fi xed on me a second, the sunken eyes suddenly hardening, like, How can you ask me something like that?


  • Stratton had his gaze fi xed on the swaying ladder.



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