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Cleland

John. 1709--89, British writer, best known for his bawdy novel Fanny Hill (1748--49)
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Election eve polls predicted that Cleland would beat his tasteless Republican rival, Saxby Chambliss, by between two and six percentage points.
Four minutes later it was 3-0 as a Tom Cleland cross from the right found Mercer free once again and he made no mistake this time from close-range for his second of the game.
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They use the mechanical motion of the clapper sort of like an [electron] turnstile," explains Andrew Cleland at University of California, Santa Barbara.
A better solution is to make permanent the Internet tax moratorium--which prohibits taxes on Internet access or discriminatory Internet taxation--and to block future efforts by state cartels to fill their coffers by taxing residents of other states," says Bartlett Cleland, director of the IPI Center for Technology Freedom.
Senator Cleland, for example, admits that his relatively generous plan for access to group rate long-term care insurance is likely to result in no more than an additional 500,000 insured Americans, an increase of fewer than 10% over current enrollment.
Visibly upset, Cleland added: ``You don't refer to the Senate as a jury.
Attention to that strategy and to the relation between narrative form and ideology brings into focus a network of class and gender patterns in Memoirs that has only become partially visible in recent Cleland criticism.
You can't trust a company that has little respect for others' privacy and property," said author Scott Cleland.
Cleland added: "The key aspect of the V40 is getting rewarding aspect of the driving experience is that this Volvo is very undemanding.
Detective inspector Mark Cleland, who is leading the British Transport Police probe, said the incident took place on the 5.
Cleland of the Eastern District of Michigan, issued an opinion yesterday evening granting a motion for Preliminary Injunction that effectively halts enforcement of the HHS mandate against Plaintiffs Weingartz Supply Company and its owner and president, Daniel Weingartz.