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“But as Winter unleashed an 11-minute grinding blues—B.B. King's "It's My Own Fault"—the crowd began to whistle and cheer.”
“For Season 2, Childrens Hospital moved to Cartoon Network's Adult Swim block, grew to 12 11-minute episodes and also added TV vet Henry Winkler.”
“The final track, the 11-minute Generations, is a lighter, more drifting piece, arranged and produced by Jerry Dammers, that deals with Joseph's homeland and ancestors.”
“While Bolton refused to disclose how much he was paid, former Democratic governor of Pennsylvania Ed Rendell admitted to receiving $20,000 for an 11-minute speech.”
“Jobs's nearly 11-minute soliloquy starts 15 minutes in; he surfaces repeatedly later on while answering questions.”
“ET, and it fell about 20 more points during his 11-minute address.”
“Fred: The Show is an 11-minute live-action series based off of Cruikshank's 6-year-old character Fred Figgglehorn.”
“The 11-minute tape, posted on militant websites Friday, focuses on relief efforts and what can be done to prevent future natural disasters.”
“Friday's 11-minute tape criticized relief efforts in Pakistan and called for action against climate change.”
“What governments spend on relief work is secondary to what they spend on armies," bin Laden says on the 11-minute tape titled "Reflections on the Method of Relief Work.”
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