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“As seen from the side (Fig. 63), the end of the spiral roll is called a BOLSTER; it has the appearance of being drawn together by a number of encircling bands.”
“INTERMEDIATE GOAL -- BOLSTER GOVERNMENT: "No matter how many resources the United States and its allies commit to Afghanistan, the mission is bound to fail if the Afghan government does not become accountable," the report states.”
“JOE BOLSTER, FOUNDER, SIMPLY ORGANIC: It got so bad, that I had to sell my house, it got to that point where every dollar we could make went back in.”
“BOLSTER FDIC Bolster the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and provide it with additional funds and flexibility so there is capacity to handle escalating bank failures.”
“ANCHOR (1) Sheet Anchor (1) Sheet (1) Bed (1) BOLSTER”
“BOLSTER, a famous Wrath, who compelled St. Agnes to gather up the boulders which infested his territory.”
“U.S. INVESTING $250 BILLION TO BOLSTER BANK INDUSTRY; DOW SURGES 936 POINTS nationalized its oil industry in the '70s, and in recent years the Hugo Chavez government has taken over other foreign-owned oil companies in the country by gaining at least 60 percent stake in the business.”
“I BET SHE S PROBABLY GOING TO START CRYING NOW TO BOLSTER UP HER WOMEN SUPPORTERS.”
“MOZAMBIQUE TO ADOPT COMPETITION LAW TO BOLSTER REGIONAL FREE TRADE”
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