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  • The trains are rather jerky when they start up and are laible to give any unanticipatory passenger a jolt.

    Passing Trains (Music (For Robots)) 2005

  • BTW, The UN is not an elected body, like our own government, so why are we laible to follow its rulings?

    Ethical Technology 2009

  • Coaches shall be responsible for monitoring this and will be laible to penalties for any violation.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows 2009


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