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“Once I got my ML I applied for work as an overseas expedition leader and I attended a 4-day training/assessment.”
“Last month you took part in a 4-day sit-in in the Kentucky governor's office for an action called Kentucky Rising.”
“A long-time fellow and strategist with the Kentuckians for the Commonwealth on clean water, clean energy and coal issues, Blanton most recently took part in the 4-day Kentucky Rising sit-in at the governor's office in Frankfort, Kentucky, calling for an immediate end to mountaintop removal.”
“The promotion came Monday at the end of a 4-day annual meeting of the ruling Communist Party.”
“This will create a 4-day isolation of their children from the masses, and allow some diminishing of the swine flu virus.”
“It was a 4-day trip and I planned on visiting the park Saturday before I flew out early Sunday.”
“I knew going into the 4-day event that it would be a major challenge trying to juggle the daily needs of my new ventures with the morning, noon, night and pre-dawn activities around CES.”
“Pope Benedict held the final Mass of his 4-day visit to Spain Sunday, urging some 1.5 million young people at the Roman Catholic Church's youth festival to become active in their church and avoid trying to find faith on their own.”
“The Four Seasons at Kuda Huraa and its partner Tropic Surf , an impressive luxury surf operation, offer a 4-day Surf's Up package for beginners.”
“Here is a quote from a young woman who had just completed a 4-day program for teens from diverse social, cultural, and economic backgrounds.”
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