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Sin·ger

(sing'ĕr),
Mark I., late 20th-century U.S. laryngologist. See: Blom-Singer valve.
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Des singes qui parlent, qui reflechissent, qui comprennent les humains, exemple de la petite fillette sourde retrouvee dans maisonnette apres avoir assassinee sa famille, mais aussi ceux qui se battent aux cotes des humains dans leur guerre sans merci menee contre les singes [beaucoup moins que]ennemis[beaucoup plus grand que].
Ahmed Bahgat a ecrit dans son editorial quotidien: "La caisse du monde": au journal "Al-Ahram" en date du 25 decembre 1993, l'histoire des deux singes et des douanes!
Elegy For The Unsaid (after Neruda): In this mouth I gather darkness, an aria,/rosewater tongue, tympanic bone,/a poem more quiet than quietness,/a bronze song, something undone, salvia,/a crushed butterfly./It is the blood on a light bulb, the seventh sadness,/a fluctuation that closes oceans and eyes./The vermilion and solitary luminary/shimmies and singes the feathers of the aviary.//Moon, the clock's word, dear country, ruin, rain.
If you're running Windows XP, you don't even have to go online to find a firewall--the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) will protect you from a multitude of singes. Here's how to avoid the burn:
"In New Berlin, Wis., a giant fireball singes a teacher and eight students during a science experiment.