How long is a protein sequence?

Stefek Borkowski stefek at killspam.edu
Fri Dec 10 00:03:32 EST 2004


No. 1, at 243-62 (2002).

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55. Werner Meng, Stimson Doctrine, 4 Encyclopedia of Public
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61. See generally Young Sok Kim, The International Criminal Court
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64. Howard Zinn, The Future of History (1999); Michael Parenti, History
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65. William L. Shirer, The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich (1960).


Iraq is Moot 
It's not about Iraq
or weapons of mass destruction
It's about corporate empire
and America's function
in the new world order:

America on the top,
a "first among equals"
The world under our boot-
- a Pax Romana sequel
called "America first."


Or some other road less traveled
by the combat boot's sole
A shared security
A lesser role
on a road that may be harder


than one on which 
we give all directions
but one where corporate interests
are tempered by dissention
and people come first.


It's not about Iraq
Saddam or the bomb
It's about McDo





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