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And so it goes. As predicted it hinges on the meaning of "natural born".
The suit was filed in federal court in Alabama on Feb. 3.
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It will be interesting to see the maneuvering around this. The Trump camp will want it delayed as long as possible. Cruz will want quick turnaround. 
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So it's over (at least the current farce).
The occupation had been ongoing for more than a month.
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He's going to "get some! " in the joint now!
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Last night they "negotiated" their surrender for 8am this morning but it seems they have backed away.
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My wife and I use Keep to manage a shared "need to buy" grocery list. It works sort of in that capacity.

Features that would help make it extremely useful:

-allowing a list to keep the phone's screen on and not go to sleep in it's normal cycle
-some way to search for items( we keep already entered and purchased items in a checked list, finding them to uncheck for a newly required purchase is a PITA often resulting in adding an already existing item)
-automatic deletion of empty items
-being able to add more than one "location" to a list (we visit multiple grocery stores)
- some way to have subcategories in list "bakery", "produce","dairy"  for instance so that the items close to each other in the store appear together
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+Clyde Davidson That's the way my wife and I do it too. We have the shared Grocery list set to the order of the aisles in the store. Probably (250+ items). When it's grocery list time, one of us calls the items while the other checks if we need it. Then it's off to the store

I use the app Screen Mngr ( https://goo.gl/tnm9Ev ) so when I open Keep the screens stays on.

For a quick trip to our store or an alternate, I just make a new separate list because it's never more than 4 or 5 items.

I have noticed that Add new item and Move checked are now universal setting. I preferred when that was a separate option in each list. I had lists with different settings for each, depending on the nature of the list. 
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One left -- hopefully they can prevent him from committing suicide.
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Gravitational Waves

Let's face it  Unless you are a theoretical physicist(and I am not) you probably don't understand what this is or what the discovery means.

It doesn't mean that we can't celebrate it and trust those that say it is important. But let's not pretend we understand. It's fake and disingenuous.
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Also, doesn't Einstein's theory of general relativity say something along the lines that there is no gravity, it's just curvature in timespace? Odd that Einstein would coin a theory Gravitational waves of gravity didn't exist.
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Small, friendly tapas place -- a good choice .. a couple of cuts above the chain restaurants usually available in small town.
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Great little place - tapas are such a nice way to eat and talk. Wine list is short but still some good choices.
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reviewed a year ago
The best butter tarts anywhere.
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Brunch with 12, lunch or dinner with 2. Either way a comfortable place to be with simple good food.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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Goat cheese, milk and all kinds of other goat products in addition to lots of unique gifty stuff.
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reviewed 2 years ago
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