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PennLaw LLC in Butler, Pennsylvania, helps people who are facing driving under the influence charges. If you have questions on charges or need representation in your DUI case, call 866-675-1792 or visit *******www.criminal-lawoffice****
16 Apr 2009
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Priyanka Chopra will be a throwing a party soon. And the surprise is that the party is for Hollywood actor Gerard Butler will be hosting a list of celebs from B-town.
30 Apr 2009
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Kable (300's Gerard Butler) is the superstar and cult hero of the ultraviolent "Slayers." Kable is controlled by Simon, a young gamer with rock star status who continues to defy all odds by guiding Kable to victory each week. Taken from his family, imprisoned and forced to fight against his will, the modern day gladiator must survive long enough to escape the game to free his family, regain his identity and to save mankind from Castle's ruthless technology. Distributed by Tubemogul.
3 Sep 2009
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This Week on TheOOZE.TV *******www.theooze.tv Diana Butler Bass, in her new book, A People's History of Christianity, seeks to capture the history, the memory of Christianity. She talks with host Spencer Burke about the history of Christianity-using a different framework than most contemporary historians. Their framework, which may be true but perhaps with some gaps that need to be filled in, tells the history via the "big Cs"-Christ, Constantine, Christendom, Crusades, Calvin, and Christian America. Distributed by Tubemogul.
12 Jun 2009
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Butler Patches is a custom embroidered patch manufacturer based in South Pasadena, California. Butler Patches makes custom patches for just about anyone - scouts, military, airsoft and paintball teams, police, fire, EMS, etc. Butler Patches offers on every order: Free Design and Setup on Artwork (no digitizing fee) Low Minimum of Only 10 pieces Unlimited Edits to Samples Free Shipping Worldwide Fastest Turnaround Time - 8-12 days standard or 2-4 day rush Lowest Prices Guaranteed - We Will Beat All Competitors By 10% Feel free to visit our site at *******www.butlerpatches**** to get a free quote and see our work. Or contact customerbutlerpatches**** directly. We look forward to making your patches!
16 Jun 2009
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In theaters 7/24/2009! Check out more content from THE UGLY TRUTH starring Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler at *******TheUglyTruth-Movie****
17 Jul 2009
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In theaters July 24. Find out more about Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler at *******www.facebook****/TheUglyTruth and follow THE UGLY TRUTH at *******twitter****/UglyTruthMovie
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Jagad Guru Chris Butler - The Beginning of Spiritual Life
23 Jul 2009
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Jagad Guru Chris Butler - Science of Identity Foundation - The Search for Wisdom
28 Jul 2009
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*******www.zentosa**** | as shown in the video we offer a wide range of butler and wilson jewellery!
24 Jul 2009
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*******WatchTheUglyTruthOnline****/ watch the ugly truth gerard butler online by visiting the above link
22 Aug 2009
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History is to a country (or spiritual community or denomination) what memory is to an individual. And loss of memory is a tragedy and ultimately, fatal. Diana Butler Bass, in her new book, A People's History of Christianity, seeks to capture the history, the memory of Christianity. She talks with host Spencer Burke about the history of Christianity-using a different framework than most contemporary historians. Their framework, which may be true but perhaps with some gaps that need to be filled in, tells the history via the "big Cs"-Christ, Constantine, Christendom, Crusades, Calvin, and Christian America. Butler Bass believes we've lost some of our memory about Christianity's history-importantly, some of the positive history. So she tells the story of Christianity from the framework of the great commandment-love God and love your neighbor. Her history includes some of the well-known and influential characters you'd expect, but also some who are completely off the radar, like Sam Green, a pastor in Maryland in the 1850's whose quest for freedom is inspired by his understanding of the freedom of the gospels. Butler Bass says history is telling the story of the past and including both the good and the bad. Nostalgia is remembering only the good parts and jettisoning the bad. But the flip side can occur too-letting the negative history overpower the positives, and Butler Bass believes the history of Christianity has focused too much on the bad and lost the memory and the power of the good. This what she hopes to bring with her book. Without memory-without history-we stop knowing who we are. We disconnect from ourselves and our future. History is about time: what happened, what is happening and what will happen in the future. These are beautifully woven together in a mystery that we as humans long to participate in. We live in a time in history that is not boring, says Diana, and she is hopeful for the future. We can fill in the goods parts of our history, and see the fullness of the good and the bad together. We can see the work that still needs to be done in our time and have a place of wisdom from which to do our work.History is to a country (or spiritual community or denomination) what memory is to an individual. And loss of memory is a tragedy and ultimately, fatal. Diana Butler Bass, in her new book, A People's History of Christianity, seeks to capture the history, the memory of Christianity. She talks with host Spencer Burke about the history of Christianity-using a different framework than most contemporary historians. Their framework, which may be true but perhaps with some gaps that need to be filled in, tells the history via the "big Cs"-Christ, Constantine, Christendom, Crusades, Calvin, and Christian America. Butler Bass believes we've lost some of our memory about Christianity's history-importantly, some of the positive history. So she tells the story of Christianity from the framework of the great commandment-love God and love your neighbor. Her history includes some of the well-known and influential characters you'd expect, but also some who are completely off the radar, like Sam Green, a pastor in Maryland in the 1850's whose quest for freedom is inspired by his understanding of the freedom of the gospels. Butler Bass says history is telling the story of the past and including both the good and the bad. Nostalgia is remembering only the good parts and jettisoning the bad. But the flip side can occur too-letting the negative history overpower the positives, and Butler Bass believes the history of Christianity has focused too much on the bad and lost the memory and the power of the good. This what she hopes to bring with her book. Without memory-without history-we stop knowing who we are. We disconnect from ourselves and our future. History is about time: what happened, what is happening and what will happen in the future. These are beautifully woven together in a mystery that we as humans long to participate in. We live in a time in history that is not boring, says Diana, and she is hopeful for the .....
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