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why?

Why did parents who were alien immigrants to America, then remove her to be raised in Saudi Arabia, bring her back and give her a name that was just short of "Human"?

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Why does she have a mother

who not only supports Sharia Law but campaigns for it and all its hideous treatment of women? What I really don't understand/comprehend is how hilLIARy is so close to her and her mother and that the 'second daughter' would have security clearances high level enough to completely compromise our national security. The only dangerous candidate for president is HRC.....and our current president is actually out there campaigning for her to be his successor. But all that Saudi money was just too much to walk away from, I guess.

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Obama, the crypto-Muslim, Imposter in America

NT

Remember, he worshipped at the church of "******** America" and "roosting chickens coming home".

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RE: hideous treatment of women?
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(NT) Good grief....that's all you got compared to Sharia Law?
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(NT) That's all I got?
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HE's BAD.....

But not THAT bad?

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(NT) keep trying....liberal question with another question?
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(NT) Or even BC and his wife? Find better material to debate with
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RE:a name that was just short of "Human"?
What's in a "name"?

You're reading too much into factors she had no say in? Not many babies have a say in THEIR names.
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Never said they did

but...what maybe is a clue.

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RE:Never said they did
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exactly the same

It's a bible name, therefore the same in their language too.

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RE:It's a bible name

OK...so your reference to Human wasn't derogatory....comparing the Biblical names to Muslim names.

I imagine Muslims appreciate your understanding.

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(NT) remember the bible is a translation
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Could also mean the son of Dennis
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Remember Rockford Files...
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It's too bad when innocent words get spoiled that way

"Jimbo" reads as a diminutive of James. It may be "Jim's boy" We also hear the word "bimbo" but it's a legitimate Italian alternative word for "bambino" which is a baby boy. That some scurrilous use of a word seeps from the sewers of our cities is such a shame.

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(NT) "Innocent" words like "Huma"?
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Huma is a Phoenix

It bursts into flames at the end of it's life, similar to witches who were burned at the stake perhaps.

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RE:It bursts into flames at the end of it's life,

How is "bursting into flames" being a "Lucky Bird"?

Different versions of the same FABLE?

Their version is wrong and yours is right?

Come back after and tell everyone....like THAT is going to happen...

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Dennis = Danish

Scandinavian origin.

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Or this
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judge by your own intelligence which is closest to truth

Danish or Greek Dionysius. Dennis is and always has been Scandinavian. The closest to to Greek is Darius.

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(NT) Darius = my nephew's name....or "Duke" mostly
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I believe what you'll find with a little bit of web research

is that many populations, including the Danish, were labeled with Latin names as the Roman empire moved northward. No one asked these Germanic tribesman what they called themselves. "Danish" is considered to be a Germanic language. The best I can find that relates to the name "Dennis" comes from the Dutch. From the Dutch which is "Denis", . So now we're back to Greek again. Someone said the word first. It may well have been as an expletive. Devil

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