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“-- Dugard was discovered living with convicted sex offender Phillip Garrido, she went by "Alissa”
“Smaller can mean more nimble, says Alissa Douglas , who oversees hedge-fund investments for C.M. Capital Corp., a Palo Alto, Calif., firm that invests the assets of a Chinese family.”
“At 2009 worlds, Flatt was fifth and Alissa Czisny was 11th.”
“Read McAlister's Fortune by Alissa Johnson, very good, part road romance with just the two together and the witty bantering.”
“I had enormous fun writing Dario and even though he IS dark, dangerous and edgy, I have to say he has such a soft spot for Alissa that I fell for him hook, line and sinker.”
“Free Fiction and Stuff [courtesy of QuasarDragon] @Atomjack: "Purple" by Alissa Grosso.”
“Alissa Moore and I founded Nomi Network in 2009 after being connected by mutual friends who knew they had similar interest in social justice.”
“Getty Images/Stock Illustration RF Another McKinsey analyst, Alissa Meade, told a meeting of health-insurance executives last November that "something in the range of 80 million to 100 million individuals are going to change coverage categories in the two years" after the insurance mandates take effect in 2014.”
“Iran's little token gifts have totaled only around $6 million, according to the reporting done by Dexter Filkins and Alissa J. Rubin in the New York Times, which is pocket change -- just walkin 'around money -- for a guy with Karzai's needs.”
“Dr. Seuss is always one of our great sellers," reported Alissa Nigro, one of Barnes & Noble's booksellers.”
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