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i muh maw ree uhl

  • s  long past; beyond the limits of memory or tradition or recorded history
    time immemorial

  • As Knight points out, the logo for the 912 March on Washington this past weekend, a project dear to Beck's heart, prominently features an upraised fist the immemorial symbol .
  • In fact, the only satisfactory invasion route into India from the north is the one that has been trod since time immemorial by Aryans, Greeks, Huns, Mongols and Persians: from .
  • The hallowed saviour of Mac-formatted disks since time immemorial doesn't run on the new systems.
News & Articles

  • Irrigation Water Shutoffs Underway in Klamath County
    Author: Lyle Ahrens Irrigation water has now been shut off to about 80 farms and ranches in Klamath County. Eric Duarte's access to water from the Sprague River was shut off a week ago... "They just said that we were shut off because there was a senior water right call, which would be the Tribe, which would be a 'time immemorial' right." Duarte's water rights go back to 1864...but a recent state ...
    June 28, 2013 - KOBI - KOTI Medford-Klamath Falls

  • John Carlson in San Diego Union Tribune
    A single bald eagle is taken for the Northern Arapaho Sun Dance, which has been held since time immemorial, and it results in criminal sanctions,Carlson said. "But bald eagles get electrocuted on electric utility lines in Wyoming and...
  • chairman Prachanda in (blog)
    Prachanda said: "Nepal and India have been enjoying excellent relationship since time immemorial. Our age-old ties and geography have bound us together."
  • Robert Mugabe in Times
    Anyone who seeks to undermine our land reform, itself a bedrock of our politics from time immemorial, seeks our challenge, and we will challenge them, we are prepared to fight for our country, to go to war for it,Mugabe said.

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