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On that fateful Friday, July 13th, Sanders joined Democratic staff investigator Scott Armstrong in questioning Butterfield.
He had asked Butterfield, a former Deputy Assistant to President Nixon, if there was a recording system in the White House.
After Mrs. Butterfield retreats upstairs, she goes to have sex with her husband, only to realize that Jade has her diaphragm.
When David visits a freshly-divorced Mrs. Butterfield in Manhattan, she confesses to her own endless love.
“In both countries we were unable to produce a force or leader who would do what we think should be done,” Butterfield said.Afghanistan—The New Vietnam
September 16, 2010
Butterfield was not even with Hooker, but at Falmouth at the telegraph.
Mr. Lincoln is unshaken in his confidence in Hooker and Butterfield.
It was designed by Mr. Butterfield, and is bright and well proportioned.Hammersmith, Fulham and Putney
Geraldine Edith Mitton
Come on, Shaggy Man, if you want me to show you the road to Butterfield.The Road to Oz
L. Frank Baum
Mr Butterfield placed my moderation to the score of my modesty.Dick Cheveley
W. H. G. Kingston