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Wow, these need to be sold to universities. sek! on 04 Sep 2008 at 1: 14 pm #
But 8100 sek (1 130 USD) is almost 8000 more than I am willing to pay (Not including dinners etc)
He was surprised that Schmidt, who was married, could manage on a salary of just 125 sek a month. 144 A few months after his appointment to the Radium Institute, Schmidt quit the position for the prospect of becoming an ausserordentlicher Assistent at the Second Physics Institute. 145 89
Dinner for three amounts to less than 5 shillings (2.5 sek) so, the affluent times of Rockefeller are gone.
Plz to lie still, I will be bak in a sek to sayv yoo!
People on the other side could choose not to live where it is prohibited, or be prepared to travel if they sek an abortion.
Choice. Ann Althouse 2008
Damnit i cant watch 30 sek in a row without a break Damn
I only fault Democrats when they sek to defend these traitors.
On sending your sons. Ann Althouse 2005
"Yes, " I said, 'many times. " 'sek then, " she said, -if I am different.
Rogue Of Gor Norman, John, 1931- 1982
About 70 million years ago, the primates first developed out of the Order Insectivora (in-sek-tiv'oh-ruh; "insect-eating" L).
The Human Brain Asimov, Isaac 1963