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“He called a 10-minute break; in the corner, he told me we had to convince the candidate that he’d look terrible if he just treated Sargent like he wasn’t there.”
“And he follows what Gallo calls the "10-minute rule," which means figuring out how to break up a presentation with demonstrations and other elements so that it re-engages the audience every 10 minutes.”
“While there was some laughter in the room, state schools Superintendent Janet Barresi rebuked Rozell and ordered a 10-minute recess.”
“Not only can a regular 10-minute phone or Skype call save you time by preempting long email threads, it can also help you touch base in a human way.”
“Alice Springs airport is only a 10-minute drive and, as my taxi driver pointed out, traffic jams only happen when the creek is in full flow, so I got to the airport with time to spare.”
“When he announced his decision to compromise in a 10-minute conference call with Republicans around the country Thursday evening, Mr. Boehner took no questions.”
“The 10-minute drive in the opening quarter was the second-longest in the league this season and helped the Jets 5-3 nearly double Buffalo's time of possession, 38 minutes to 22.”
“Dr. Martin A. Makary of Johns Hopkins has developed a way to gauge readiness for surgery with his well-known, 10-minute frailty test.”
“I was secretly relieved to learn that we wouldn't be taking the half-hour ride to the Statue of Liberty—the company was already using the new Beast to haul tourists there, even though it was still in the testing phase, and they were waiting patiently to board the boat—but that my hosts were going to wedge me in for a 10-minute ride between their regularly scheduled $24 for adults and $18 per child trips.”
“Located in the heart of downtown Austin, Red 7 is just a 10-minute walk from the Austin Convention Center (see map).”
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