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noun as in chamber pot

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The new find suggests that people started to associate the dead with particular structures at a time when groups of hunter-gatherers were camping for part of each year at a hunting and trading site in eastern Jordan.

Stunned, Jordan said, “I could breastfeed him for you if you want.”

In partnership with the Jordan McNair Foundation, we will cement Jordan’s legacy and enhance a culture of player safety that will forever be a hallmark of Maryland Athletics.

Specific opt-in and delivery dates for the option agreements — which can be reached in four 100 million-dose tranches — haven’t been disclosed, said Jordan.

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This was the case with Michael Jordan, the youngest of the three Jordan boys and the fourth of the five Jordan children.

Jordan also banned it, and Malaysia, Egypt, and Indonesia subjected it to their censorship boards.

I eventually left the West Bank for Jordan with a visa I obtained from the French embassy.

Kim was known for a rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle, as was Jordan Belfort, familiar to film lovers as the Wolf of Wall Street.

Jordan Younger knew her raw vegan diet had become an unhealthy obsession when she started avoiding going out with friends.

Queen Raina of Jordan also spoke, calling the refugee crisis in Syria “a slap in the face of humanity.”

And Bacchides heard it, and he came on the sabbath day even to the bank of the Jordan, with a great power.

Most often it is applied comprehensively to the population of the entire west Jordan land and its pre-Israelitish inhabitants.

Mrs. Jordan, a British matron of solid proportions, passed down the path on the arm of a comparatively puny cavalier.

She hoped Henriette would not mind if she quoted the opinion of old Mr. Jordan, whose language was sometimes a little strong.

Mrs. Jordan bristled, and launched herself upon a long and virtuous sentence.


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