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"Pardon me, but is that what you call a graft investigation that you are making, Miss Hamlin?" inquired Baskinelli.
It was part of his graft from the various merchants.
They are planning to perform a skin graft on his left leg Monday if his recovery continues as expected.
Ahmadi said graft is deeply entrenched in local culture, and therefore extremely difficult for the government to stop.
Meetings ARE the life blud of a good democracy, were hard graft is worked out, all good upstanding leaches work out the details of getting the credit. from the saying if thee cannot do, then teach how, if that is not possible then preach about it and if that is too hard, leach otherwise curl up and fade away. on July 16, 2009 at 12: 25 am PC World