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“He said that a woman head for the IMF would be welcome: "I also personally think it would be a very good thing to see the first female managing director of the IMF in its 60-year history.”
“Then the obnoxious 60-year offer comes along to remind you that this is strictly a financial transaction.”
“That's a 60-year low but almost 2.5 percentage points more than average yield on five-year CDs at banks.”
“Some in the community supported the 60-year tradition of the Redskins mascot, but others said it put down Native Americans.”
“Officials have also taken unprecedented steps to drive down mortgage rates, which have hovered near 60-year lows for the past month.”
“France's opposition Socialist Party is also urging Mr. Sarkozy to go back on the bill, saying France's 60-year retirement age is a symbol of social advancement.”
“At the beginning of next year, Stahl Real Estate, a company with 60-year roots in the borough, will break ground on a 590-foot tower at 388 Bridge St. That would make it the borough's new tallest tower.”
“The settlement required the state to lift its 60-year ban on alcohol ads on billboards and also suspended many other limits until the ABC could write new regulations for court approval.”
“The 60-year old-former bank employee joined the campaign after his own 35-year-old son Jalil Reki, BRP's central information secretary, was whisked away by, he alleges, the spymasters on Feb. 13, 2009.”
“As I said in that letter, The Nature Conservancy has long provided ideas and input to the Interior appropriations process, but never before in our 60-year history have we opposed passage of this legislation.”
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