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  • The Virginian (1962–1971) was an NBC western television series starring James Drury and Doug McClure. With 249 episodes, it ran for a total of 9 seasons
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  • "Kids can have a field day with new network offerings". The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, Virginia): p. B2.  Astronomy Education Mechanical engineering Science
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  • They're Tough. They're Sexy. And in the World of TV Syndication, They're Muscling Out the Competition", The Virginian-Pilot, p. E1. Growing up, I looked
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  • film) Sherlock (TV series) The highest morality may prove also to be the highest wisdom when the half-told story comes to be finished. The Boer War (1902)
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  • Mankind refers to the human species as a group. Humankind directs here; for the USA Today video series see: Humankind (YouTube) See also: Humanity
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  • Victorious The Virginian Viva La Bam Voltron: Defender of the Universe W.I.T.C.H. (TV series) Walking Dead, The Wanted War at Home War of the Worlds Warehouse
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  • police. I can do terrible things to people with impunity. True Detective (TV series) Seeing Things, written by Nic Pizzolatto For though I am not splenitive
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  • the last stone, from the last church, falls on the last priest. Émile Zola, cited in Jonathan Miller. (2004). A Brief History of Disbelief [TV-Series]
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  • line 100. Everybody lies. House (TV series) tagline, series created by David Shore Hiko Seijuro: Murder is the only art a swordsman may practice. No
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  • "Friends" redirects here, for the television series, see Friends (TV series). Friendship is a term used to denote co-operative and supportive behavior
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  • and become another Africa or Saint Domingo. Henry Benning, speech to the Virginian secession convention (18 February 1861), as quoted in “Why Non-Slaveholding
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  • family. Gargoyles (TV series) Her Brother's Keeper written by Michael Reaves One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one’s
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  • Fear (section The Bible)
    scared - the human race wouldn't stand a chance... Scarecrow: True fear is the absence of hope.. (In Dark Knight game) Justice League (TV series) The Doomsday
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  • Eisenhower, Farewell address, January 17, 1961; Final TV Talk 1/17/61 (1), Box 38, Speech Series, Papers of Dwight D. Eisenhower as President, 1953–61
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  • "Rust" Cohle, Matthew McConaughey, True Detective (TV series) The Secret Fate of All Life So when the universe was quickened with soul, God was well pleased;
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  • television series that premiered on Fox on September 16, 2013, airing on Mondays at 9:00 P.M. ET. The series is considered a "modern-day retelling" of the 1820
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  • George W. Bush (category Presidents of the United States)
    on live TV, as quoted in "The President in Europe: The President; Plain-Talking Bush Is Using His Charm On European Stage" by Frank Bruni in The New York
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  • Bush. The country's capital is Washington, D.C., which is located on the northern border of the U.S. state of Virginia. It is also one of the founders
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  • about: The Man in the High Castle (TV series) The Man in the High Castle quotes at the Internet Movie Database The Man in the High Castle at TV.com
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  • always pretty much standard issue. The rich get richer, the poor get poorer... and there are flying cars. Joss Whedon TV Guide (27 December – 2 January 2004)
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