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  • The debacle is FL and MI is different, it has to do with in-valid votes not being counted.

    Obama adds two superdelegates, one's a former Clinton backer

  • The department of elections started to mess with our signatures and say that so many were in-valid, when we knew for a fact that they were valid, because I was checking them myself, on the computer.

    Rob Kall: Cindy Sheehan Bugged in Denver

  • Gattaca, for example, written and directed by Andrew Niccol, Ethan Hawke plays a young man who awakens to the fact that he is an anamoly (an "in-valid") to an egalitarian genetic experiment.

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  • I don’t think anyone is making an in-valid argument for their choices.

    Emmy nominations 2010: Who got snubbed? And which nominee has you most excited? | EW.com

  • I don’t know just how to describe the way I felt when I danced, but when I was there in bed as a child, an invalid, feeling in-valid, I watched out of the window and saw the birds flying.

    Not the Girl Next Door

  • Morgan’s frequent assertions that the title of the property was in-valid, that Colombia would never willingly abandon its rights on the Isthmus, that political unrest was endemic in Panama, were all very much in evidence now.

    The Path Between the Seas

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  • Post-Gazette.com: 'Perhaps one day genetic enhancement will be considered routine, even expected -- a scenario suggested in the 1997 science-fiction movie "GATTACA," in which children conceived without genetic improvements were called "in-valids" or "faith-births."'

    January 21, 2009