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“In addition to the Tantric sex rumors, they cite a few other reasons for the success of their 18-year marriage:”
“From her home in Massachusetts, where she is MIT professor of social sciences, technology and society, Turkle, like many 21st-century mothers, is able to be in constant communication with her 18-year old daughter 3000 miles away in Dublin.”
“And it would be a mistake to count her out: She's defied the prognosticators in nearly every race she's run since thrashing an 18-year incumbent in the Minnesota Senate by 20 points in 2000.”
“In a brilliant 18-year career in which he played for both Milan clubs, Barcelona and Real Madrid, Ronaldo scored more than 400 goals, including a record 15 at World Cups.”
“On Nov. 1, the 18-year old Disney star canceled her worldwide tour to seek medical treatment for "issues she battled throughout her life," her rep said.”
“Utah Republican Sen. Robert Bennett got a standing ovation from his GOP colleagues in a closed lunch at the Capitol Tuesday, but it was probably little consolation for the 18-year Senate veteran after he failed to be re-nominated by his party over the weekend.”
“Americans 'favorable rating of the Democratic Party dropped to 41% in a late March USA Today/Gallup poll, the lowest point in the 18-year history of this measure.”
“Larabee neglects to take into account in any way the 18-year rent and tax holiday”
“Larabee neglects to take into account in any way the 18-year rent and tax holiday that the Paulson sports teams would get after the two new stadiums are built and are operated for seven years.”
“Paulson will prepay $17.5 million of rent and taxes up front, but after seven years of operating the new stadiums, he'll get an 18-year rent and tax holiday:”
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