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Examples from the Web for horne
Horne said the Tucson ethnic-studies classes taught Mexican-Americans to view whites as their historic oppressors.Governor Brewer Throws Arizona Base a Bone by Signing Bible Law
Terry Greene Sterling
April 19, 2012
“I think Horne needs to take credit for his own work,” Acosta said.Arizona Ethnic-Studies Ban’s Unintended Result: Underground Libraries
March 19, 2012
“He called me a name I resented, and I reacted,” explained Horne, now calm.
While police led him to the door, Hayton rushed Horne out of the Luau, then home to the Ambassador.
Horne remembered closing her eyes as a wave of fury swept over her.
When Horne Tooke was at school, the boys asked him "what his father was?"
He then said he should make known his crime, but that did not frighten Horne.
This was in a case against the Rev. Horne Tooke, who, escaped with a fine of £200.
The informer was amongst them, and Horne alone could be let into the secret of my plan.A Set of Six
Horne Tooke's was one of the latest of these trials, in 1794.