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  • AWESOME, beautiful and powerful drawing, and, at the same time, so paceful!

    Illustration Friday: Cocoon

  • And also as you know, I have become increasingly pessimistic that Iraq will indeed seize this golden opportunity we have handed them to create a paceful, civilized, tolerant democratic state.

    Think Progress » Headline News Anchor: ‘Might Some Argue That Lamont…Is The al Qaeda Candidate?’

  • No more constitutional agitation, no more paceful struggle.

    My New Curate

  • Sez I to the man, 'My paceful squireen,' sez I, 'you shquot on your hunkers an' dimonstrate to _my_ frind here, where _your_ frinds are whin they're at home? '

    Indian Tales

  • Sez I to the man, "My paceful squireen," sez I, "you shquot on your hunkers an 'dimonstrate to _my_ frind here, where _your_ frinds are whin they're at home?"

    Soldier Stories

  • Widout thim, he's a paceful cultivator, an 'felony for to shoot.

    Soldier Stories

  • This at present is not a paceful country to live in, and I'm tired of the work that's goin 'on in it.

    The Tithe-Proctor The Works of William Carleton, Volume Two

  • TheghostofHamlet: I saw the film last year, and it ` s beautiful, paceful and contemplative, about of an illness of the [...]

    VivirLatino

  • And that is the true cafebabel. com spirit - to build a platform for a dialog about the current European affairs and to discuss such topics in a paceful way with a cup of coffee.

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  • _dah_ an 'a Snider that makes a dacoit, Widout thim, he's a paceful cultivator, an' felony for to shoot.

    Indian Tales

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