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“There was a 12-minute boat ride of rollicking robotic children called "It's a Small World," phones with pictures and buttons instead of dials, and a computer that assigned him pen pals in Finland and India.”
“The 12-minute film stars Michaela Watkins , formerly of "Saturday Night Live" and "The Back-Up Plan," as a painter who thinks, for instance, dairy causes her stomach to bloat.”
“My knowledge of pop music is contained in a 12-minute cab ride.”
“True the comedian, who has been called the most trusted newsman in America, made the sincere moments a brief 12-minute addendum to the three hour rally-as-comedy performance and joked about the finale's somber turn.”
“Madonna gave Super Bowl XLVI attendees and viewers at home quite a show, even if she lip-synched for most of her 12-minute set.”
“We expected there would be a somewhat larger effect in the 12-minute group, Andersen says.”
“The workers did either a 2-minute or a 12-minute resistance exercise using elastic tubing.”
“At around the 12-minute mark in the below video, Maher played the third of his weekly clips from Christine O'Donnell's "Politically Incorrect" appearances.”
“Competitive Edge Solutions Celebration, which has its own schools, hospital and movie theaters, is a 12-minute drive from Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park.”
“PARK LIFE: The house is a 12-minute drive from Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park.”
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