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Public Address 06/08/08 - Let's learn English

Public Address 06/08/08 - Let's learn English, with John Key

Let's learn English, with John Key. | Aug 06, 2008 09:03
David Slack on his own account
What is a paraphrase? Well hello there. Hey, when you and I were at school, it's fair to say that a paraphrase meant something pretty unambitious. It meant you took someone's words and said them another way to make it clear what they meant. That might be good enough for...

Mr Transparent | Aug 05, 2008 18:14
Damian Christie - Cracker With Attitude
I don't know what I find more ironic: National's big push to the future essentially being Think Big 2.0, or Helen Clark referring to someone else as 'Muldoonist'? By appointing a Minister of Infrastructure, and spending (and borrowing) billions to spend on such projects, is there really any other way...

180 Seconds: A Down Low Valentine to Dubya? No ...
Posted at 9:23AM on 6 Aug 08
Craig Ranapia can't get behind the "real moral complexity" theory on The Dark Knight.,1269,


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