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  • D. McIl­waine III, repro­duced from the tran­script of the case.

    The Eternal Sanctity of Marriage « Snarkmarket 2005

  • He rummaged through the pockets inside his long, white coat and pro - duced the missing instrument, nonplused.

    Stalling 2010

  • There was a brass plate mounted on the door at eye level, so old that the lettering that had once been engraved there had been re - duced to a spidery, unreadable code, the name of some long dead function or functionary, polished into oblivion.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth Boudreau Freret 2010

  • The kender's height advantage re - duced Denzil to fending off attack after attack as his horse backed slowly down the trail.

    Stalling 2010

  • From Italy, coffee made its way to France where it was intr­o­duced to society in 1650.

    Archive 2009-03-01 Hels 2009

  • From Italy, coffee made its way to France where it was intr­o­duced to society in 1650.

    Chocolate, Tea, Coffee Hels 2009

  • With political tensions dramatically re duced between the two sides, the risk of deliberate nuclear attack is more remote than ever.

    A What-If Problem 2008

  • What I've generally de-duced is that men in their twenties are ignorant of the relevance of most feminist issues and think feminists are in varying degrees: full of hot air, lesbians, killjoys.

    feminist blogs in english » 2008 » July 2008

  • He went to the famous Slade art school and pro-duced a stunning early self - portrait.

    Love Affair, With Paint 2008

  • 'They said worse than I did,' resumed Jacob, 'by a deal; they said, says they, she looks duced crabbed – she looks just as if she was always eating a sour apple, says the lady; she looks –'

    Camilla 2008


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