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  • Ian McDonald (born 1960) is a British science fiction novelist. All page numbers from the trade paperback edition published by Pyr “Hey!” the people
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  • Richard Dawkins (category Authors)
    Richard Dawkins (born 26 March 1941) is a British evolutionary biologist, author, and media commentator, famous for his popular science books on evolution
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  • Winston Churchill (category British Prime Ministers)
    (quoted in Jones, 1994: 9)., in ‘Race’, sport, and British society (2001), Carrington & McDonald, Routledge, Introduction, Note 4, p. 20 ISBN 0415246296
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  • growth as the speed of light does on our knowledge of the universe. Ian McDonald River of Gods (2006) Ch. 9 (p. 93). The ideal situation for any state
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  • as quoted in The Peasant's Revolt : McCarthy 1968 (1969) by William P. McDonald and Jerry G. Smoke; these statements have also become attributed to Mahatma
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  • Committee (May 1963). Truth is a very difficult concept, many faceted. Ian McDonald, senior Ministry of Defence Civil Servant, giving evidence to the Scott
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  • Phoenix: The Posthumous Papers of D. H. Lawrence (1936) pt. 4, edited by E. McDonald God is a concept by which we measure our pain. John Lennon, God (1970)
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  • Ecclesiasticus chosen by Rudyard Kipling British Soldier, in Westminster Abbey Beneath this stone lies the body of a British warrior Unknown by name or rank
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  • Noam Chomsky (category American authors)
    that have followed MAG," the British press reports, though it has finally agreed to train some Laotian civilians. The British press also reports, with some
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  • John Trump, Sr. (born 14 June 1946) is an American businessman, investor, author, television personality, and a candidate for President of the United States
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  • missed two of my own children's births to watch lizards crawl out of eggs! Ian Malcolm: But again, how do you know they're all female? Does someone go into
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  • example. I felt like there should have been a dancing scene with Ronald McDonald, Grimace, and the Hamburglar. And Dracula. And Skeletor. I'd also like
    441 KB (74,533 words) - 23:53, 23 July 2016