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  • Hugh C. Thompson, Jr. (April 15, 1943 – January 6, 2006) was a US Army helicopter pilot who rescued Vietnamese civilians during the My Lai massacre during
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  • the right thing looking for a reward, because it might not come. ~ Hugh Thompson, Jr. 3 Zarbon 04:41, 9 April 2009 (UTC) 2 Kalki 13:42, 14 April 2009 (UTC)
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  • Rob Thompson, Bill Thompson, Dorothy Thompson, Emma Thompson, Flora Thompson, Francis Thompson, Fred Thompson, Hugh, Jr. Thompson, Hunter S. Thompson, Jack
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  • conclusion of all his hopes, and the commencement of his greatest miseries. Hugh Blair, p. 550. There is the seed of all sins — of the vilest and worst of
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  • Then he'll go and send down some big disaster. Hugh Laurie Stargazing: Heather's Angry, Jane is Ill, Hugh is Anxious Kansas City Star, Wed, Oct. 31, 2007
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  • Olessi. Why do you think things are going badly? Olessi Oneweeja (Kenan Thompson): Well, as you may or may not know, this region is four years into a brutal
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  • the fair daughters of the South to the altar. William M. Thompson, letter to Warner A. Thompson (2 February 1861), as quoted in For Cause and Comrades:
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  • for it or by passionately wishing for it. It is a sort of Divine accident. Hugh Walpole As quoted in Wisdom for the Soul : Five Millennia of Prescriptions
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  • support a ban on all Muslims coming into this country. Richard Cheney, The Hugh Hewitt Show (7 December 2015). We have built no national temples but the
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  • union of grandeur with beauty, derives a pleasing but a serious emotion. Hugh Blair, The Works: Sermons (1820) Sermon XIV "On the Mixture of Joy and Fear
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  • buttons the pattern is sold, And everything comes too late—too late. FitzHugh Ludlow, Too Late Volat hora per orbem. The hours fly around in a circle
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  • the fair daughters of the south to the altar. William M. Thompson, letter to Warner A. Thompson (2 February 1861), as quoted in For Cause and Comrades:
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  • rhetorical devices that we have seen in the modern presidency. Hugh Hewitt, as quoted in Hugh Hewitt – Obama: “Serial Failure”, Romney: “Extremely Well-Qualified”
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  • for preserving documents relating to the history of our country. Letter to Hugh P. Taylor (4 October 1823). An hereditary chief, strictly limited, the right
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  • February 1967. Put out the bloody cigarette! Who: Saki (British author Hugh Hector Munro) Note: Spoken to a fellow officer while in a trench during World
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  • the fair daughters of the South to the altar. William M. Thompson, letter to Warner A. Thompson (2 February 1861), as quoted in For Cause and Comrades:
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  • support a ban on all Muslims coming into this country. Richard Cheney, The Hugh Hewitt Show (7 December 2015). I cannot control what the Republicans leak
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  • throw it and pray. Jim Merritt in "The Press Box: Rambling Roberto" by Roy McHugh, in The Pittsburgh Press (May 13, 1970) The guy was 38 years old and was
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