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Your name immediatly rang a bell so I recalled having read stuff by you at college, probably in my courses of Linguistics or History of the English language.
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Joe turned his head, and his expression immediatly hardened.
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A medical checkup, two pills, another checkup, and a list of symptoms that justify calling the doctor again immediatly.
Had we been all putt to the sword immediatly upon our surrender, that might have born the construction of being don in the heatt and fury of passion; but now I am to die in cold blood, I pray God it be not imputed to them.
Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745 Volume II. Mrs. Thomson
All nations have imagration laws, just what do you think would happen if you where in canada, say, illegaly and they found you, immediatly you would be sent home.
He connected with the people that needed to be called and had work on it started immediatly.
If any American or member of the GOP criticizes Obama, the Dems immediatly cry foul – raise racism and dirty tricks charges - all in an attempt to deflect the truth, which is that Obama is doing a terrible job on the economy, on Iraq, on Afghanistan, and on health care.
Once on the floor 51 votes is all that is needed and the democrats will stop talking and immediatly vote eo approve the bill.
He immediatly went to find my wifes file ... looked it over ....
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Anyone who takes him at all seriously needs the help of a mental health professional immediatly