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“In a 70-page study, the NAO says the total cost of 15 equipment programmes has reached £59.6bn, and that – on average – they will be 30 months late into service.”
“Its "counseling and career center is now duplicated to a great extent" by other government programs and private groups, according to the 70-page reform proposal.”
“No one wants to see Tripoli's streets in flames, said a rebel official familiar with the 70-page security blueprint, which was drafted with international help and circulated among the rebels' allies, but hasn't been publicly released.”
“The 70-page The Secret Origin of Good Readers companion resource book and other exciting materials are available for free download at www. night-flight.com/secretorigin, courtesy of XMission. com.”
“Indeed, the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua in Hawaii created a 70-page slide presentation about the resort's "Ambassadors of the Environment" program that children can take to their teachers or use in a presentation for their classmates back home.”
“District Court Judge Nicholas Garaufis in a 70-page opinion in United States v. City of New York, which found that New York City has intentionally and unlawfully discriminated against black and Latino firefighter applicants for more than 30 years.”
“He was my mentor for my senior project -- a 70-page novella that had all my friends in it.”
“A look back at a 70-page supplement on Burma — covering arts, culture, politics, and more — written mostly by Burmese and published by The Atlantic in 1958.”
“House Democrats that ran on fair trade platforms in competitive and open-seat races were three times as likely to survive the GOP tidal wave than Democrats who ran against fair trade, according to a comprehensive 182-race, 70-page report released today by Public Citizen.”
“The 70-page resource book,The Secret Origin of Good Readers, is available for free download courtesy of XMission.com.”
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