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“The full interview with Alhurra, which appeared to take place after Tuesday night's State of the Union address, can be viewed here, with the passage in question coming after the 3-minute mark.”
“And of course, Fountains of Wayne, who gained instant notice from me through their perfect 3-minute pop song: "Radiation Vibe".”
“On Sunday, a 3-minute video tribute to Reagan will air during the Super Bowl, a film that commemorates his birth and could further burnish his legacy.”
“It runs on two AAA batteries that come included in the packaging and has a 3-minute auto shutoff to preserve battery life.”
“To loading him in and out of the car seat with each and every 3-minute stop at a convenience store.”
“There's a good chance Alexandra Wallace's 3-minute video will remain forever on YouTube -- portraying her in a very negative light.”
“Just a little over a week ago, Alexandra Wallace, a UCLA college student, posted a short, 3-minute video blog on YouTube that would end up changing her life.”
“A 3-minute speech by a 19-year-old student to Iowa lawmakers on his opposition to a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage has turned into a wildly popular YouTube video with his impassioned remarks about growing up as a child of gay parents, The Des Moines Register reports.”
“Notice that the murder plot spelled out below is barely hinted at in this 3-minute clip:”
“In the span of a 3-minute video by President Obama, The White House took the "It Gets Better" project from viral to mainstream.”
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