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  • Yesterday after yetanother interminable day the fracture was surgically repaired, but we now face the task of finding a rehab facility where he might stand a chance ofgetting back on his feet, and one that can provide continued care from now on for the rest of his life.

    2009 June « Becca’s Byline

  • Yesterday after yetanother interminable day the fracture was surgically repaired, but we now face the task of finding a rehab facility where he might stand a chance ofgetting back on his feet, and one that can provide continued care from now on for the rest of his life.

    Inevitable

  • Portland sunshine, I put my sunglasses on, check the bag he's handed me, and then light up [yetanother!]

    A Bite-Sized Piece

  • Raising Copenhagen to the level of a heads-of-state summit is yetanother sign of movement.

    Frances Beinecke: Talking With Ban Ki-Moon About His Hopes for Copenhagen

  • To say that he distanced himself in the last few days is not only misleading, but yetanother lie in a long list of lies in this election.

    Tampa's WFLA "exclusive interview" with Sarah Palin feeds the propaganda

  • It can be shaken up temporarily—one very rich person kills another very rich person, or one very rich person dumps another very rich person for yetanother very rich person, or a member of the British royal family starts hanging around—but it always settles back down into shiny quietude.

    Dream State

  • I began to question my own sanity when, at the end of yetanother musical debacle, the judges cheered that the singer had“It!”

    Snap Judgment: 'The One' | EW.com

  •  Go sit somewhere, so she could think up yetanother lie — the little bitch! "

    Wild Dreams of Reality, 5

  • The truth we are made to handle is the truth about, let’s see, one blond whoshaves her head, another blond who drives while under suspension, and we wait completely gripped by the uncertainty of where yetanother blond might be buried.

    Stephen Lewis and Charles Leadbeater should meet « Where Rasta Meets Pasta

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