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  • described as "serial". Dunne, John William. An Experiment With Time. Hampton Roads, 2001. Now, when we say of any occurrence that it is 'physical', we
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  • in the president's leadership. William C. Harris, as quoted in "The Hampton Roads Peace Conference: A Final Test of Lincoln's Presidential Leadership"
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  • in the president's leadership. William C. Harris, as quoted in "The Hampton Roads Peace Conference: A Final Test of Lincoln's Presidential Leadership"
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  • 2007). "Beach's Tidwell is voted America's second-favorite dancer" HamptonRoads.com. Retrieved August 17, 2007. I think Sabra should have won. Denise
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  • voters' confidence in the president's leadership. William Harris, "The Hampton Roads Peace Conference: A Final Test of Lincoln's Presidential Leadership"
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  • voters' confidence in the president's leadership. William Harris, "The Hampton Roads Peace Conference: A Final Test of Lincoln's Presidential Leadership"
    458 KB (58,906 words) - 11:38, 8 February 2016
  • name, directed by Joe Wright, and based on a screenplay by Christopher Hampton. It was released in the United Kingdom and Ireland on 7 September 2007
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  • what it is to be a slave. Roy Batty in Blade Runner (1982). script by Hampton Fancher & David Peoples Depend on me; never fear your enemies. Ill warrant
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  • one of you gets hurt, I'm going to have to have my mail forwarded. Dr. Hampton: Oh, you prefer Jimmy? Palmer: Um, Jim Palmer was a pitcher for the Oriels
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  • biomechanics wouldn't let you in heaven for. Blade Runner screenplay by Hampton Fancher and David Peoples By positing God as unknowable, man excuses himself
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  • in the Hamptons? George: Well, you know, I've been lying about my income for a few years; I figured I could afford a fake house in the Hamptons. Jerry:
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  • surgeon is, we're on the case, we're going to pull bullet after bullet out. Hampton University, June 2007 referring to Jessica Evers, born with a bullet in
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  • or two ago. But he didn't tell me where he was heading. I swear! Who: Hampton "Goose" Connolly Source: Issue #67 "The Golden Goose" Note: Turned to gold
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  • Babs Bunny/Marcia the Martian Joe Alaskey as Plucky Duck Don Messick as Hampton J. Pig Cree Summer as Elmyra Duff/Mary Melody (other appearances) Danny
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  • that airs on ABC about a girl who, under an alias, has returned to The Hamptons with one goal -- to seek revenge on those responsible for destroying her
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  • got it. Jack: Mr. Hampton... is there a problem? Hampton: Do I have to keep reading? Jack: Well, the poem's not finished. Hampton: No, offense, Mr. McPhee
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  • Eddie) You, leave me alone: we're never gonna get out of South-fucking-hampton. Eddie: Right, so your philosophy is... bollocks? Richie:: Yes! Eddie:
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  • read the Bible? Bubbles: Maybe I have, maybe I haven't. What's it to you? Hampton: Can you read, my son? Bubbles: Well, that depends. Can you go fuck yourself
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  • catcher Mike Piazza's opposite field game-winning grand slam, in "Mets’ Hampton Has the Angles Covered" by Tyler Kepner, in The New York Times (15 May
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  • Bartlet Kristin Chenoweth - Annabeth Schott (2004-2006) Moira Kelly - Mandy Hampton (1999-2000) Joshua Malina - Will Bailey (2002-2006) Mary McCormack - Kate
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