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Mapping out his reasoning behind the cancelation of the troubled shuttle Constellation program, Obama observes: "[T] he bottom line is, nobody is more committed to manned splace flight, to human exploration of space, than I am," adding: "But we've got to do it in a smart way, and we can't keep on doing the same things we've been doing."
I wanted to frag your ass on the spelling flame before somebody splace acid blood on you, Gregor, or played "Frankenstein" ad nauseum.
Featured prominently on the Samsung Omnia II, it's making a big splace on Android-based devices as well.
The Los Angeles event, which take splace on April 16-18, will also see Radiohead's
Reporter: Without drawing too much on how sad a day this must be for all associated with Vauxhall Motors, this then throws up the issue of how their splace within the league will be filled?