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VAIN

vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia.
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The country must be certain that its cause is good, for then the honoured dead, win or lose, shall not have died in vain.
It may be part of a grand reckoning of middle age, but along with other changes I'm trying to make, I want to stop using the Lord's name in vain.
Audiences can catch him next in The Ten: Vain in which he was cast as the lead.
Collection: Artist Cornelia Parker with works from Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain, part of Revealed: Government Art Collection at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Sources further said two days back Interior Minister Rehman Malik also made his effort to convince the angry leadership of ANP during meeting with Senator Zahid Khan; however, his effort also went in vain.
source said: "Amanda and both care about their appearance but without doubt the is more vain.
Summary: Chelsea's late fightback was in vain as Aston Villa scored a stoppage-time equaliser to damage the Champions title defence still further.
She chose Vain at Newz Bar for her bash and co stars, including Ricky Whittle and Ashley Taylor Dawson, turned out to wish her well.
Layers misjudge Vain hope YOU'RE SO VAIN showed tremendous battling qualities in the opening maiden hurdle at Folkestone, getting back on top of Tequilla Bob on the run-in after looking held to score by a head.
Any actor who sits down in front of you and tells you they're not vain, it's bulls**t," he said.
THE recent Copenhagen summit brings to mind the first four verses of Psalm 2 - "Why do the nations rage, and the people imagine a vain thing?