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mercifully

mur si fuh lee

  • r  in a compassionate manner
    he dealt with the thief mercifully

  • Combat was balletic and mercifully blood-free.
  • He warns against passing love notes, as they tend to get intercepted; he's mercifully still a few years away from discovering the horrors of drunk dialing.
  • Insidemercifully beyond reach of electronic peepingthe company and a pool of newsmen will see the father of the bride decked out in the formal regalia, morning coat and .
News & Articles

  • Malcolm Ralph Morgan
    Woodstock, Vt. — Malcolm “Mickey” Morgan passed away peacefully on June 10, 2013, after a mercifully brief stroke.
    June 12, 2013 - Valley News
  • Fresno City Council waits for Swearengin's budget plan
    Mayor Ashley Swearengin is slated Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. to tell the Fresno City Council how she'll fix next year's finances, mercifully ending what has been two days of toothless budget hearings.
    June 12, 2013 - The Fresno Bee
  • Baseball: Pitching, then hitting fail Ames in doubleheader loss
    Mercifully, with one out and no one on in the last inning of a doubleheader being played Monday at Ames, Marshalltown first baseman Hunter Hillygus was finally retired at the plate. It was on a chopper back the mound, one that came far too late for the host Little Cyclones. By then, the Bobcat senior clean-up hitter had done his damage.
    June 11, 2013 - Go Cyclones

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