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However, I am reminded that the Vikings lived fairly long by standards of the day, and one of the main staples of their diet was dried fish smeared with butter .....
There's a world map, which allows for a lot of cheating and skipping forward, but the main staples are there.
And so our story begins pabba 2009
August 13th, 2009 4: 54 pm ET but, but I was just taking pens and staples from the office.
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- Production of rice and corn, the major locally produced staples, is up by 72% and 150% respectively over 1998.
Matthew Yglesias » Economic Freedom, Universal Health Care, and Labor Unions 2009
I generally stock up on certain staples myself, mostly because the supermarket is not close to home so as long as I'm schlepping I like to make it last for a while.
Breakfast in Bed desayunoencama 2008
So out came the stockpot, in went some garden-grown veggies and some easy, canned staples from the pantry and voila: soup!
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Mr Gower-Smith, 73, fell while removing a card display and staples from a wall.
Even so, there are signs that private-label staples are gaining appeal.
I said it a couple of years ago: He's one of the main staples of this team, and without him, we would not have been as good as we've been over this stretch.
USATODAY.com - Kings' future unsure after missing again 2004
Each episode is an expose of some criminal organization or other, from such long-term staples of the American underbelly as the American Mafia, to the notorious Latin Kings, to the much lesser known Dead Man Inc., an outfit of white punks that is said to have originated in the
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